First, schmirst. Every telecom company around the globe is working on a 5G network, and with the buzz and billions being lavished on the new technology, the question of who’s first out of the gate becomes moot. The real question is: Which one will be best — and which one will be best for you?
But wait, what is 5G, anyway? The fifth generation of wireless networks, or 5G, has been nearly a decade in the making, and it’s finally becoming a reality. Promising dramatically faster speeds, instantaneous communication, and the ability to network everything, 5G has incredible potential. A limited rollout of the service began in select cities in 2018, and mobile 5G will start appearing in cities around the U.S. in 2019, with much more comprehensive rollouts expected in 2020. For its part, T-Mobile worked diligently last year to build out a massive 5G network. And while it will not be able to claim the title of the first carrier to offer 5G, expect T-Mobile to light up its 5G network, which the company tested successfully in early January, in cities across the country in 2019.
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