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What’s the difference between Extended Range LTE and Extended Range 5G?

Extended Range 5G is 2X the speed of Extended Range LTE.You'll need a 5G-compatible device to get faster Extended Range 5G speeds. T-MOBILE 5G devices are all Extended Range LTE compatible.

What is the difference between 600 MHz and 700 MHz coverage today?

While both the 600 MHz and 700 MHz airwaves provide Extended Range signals for enhanced coverage, the 600 MHz spectrum is available countrywide for LTE and 5G-compatible devices.

Is Extended Range 5G faster than Extended Range LTE?

Yes, Extended Range 5G is twice as fast as Extended Range LTE.

What is Extended Range 5G and what will it do for me?

T-nationwide MOBILE's 5G network is built on Extended Range 5G, which offers 5G service to big cities, rural towns, and more places in between.

How does T-Mobile’s Extended Range coverage compare to the competition?

T-MOBILE Extended Range 5G provides more than twice the 5G coverage area of Verizon or AT&T. T-MOBILE, like competitors, covers 99 percent of Americans with 4G LTE service that includes Extended Range.

Do I have to change my plan to get Extended Range?

No, T-rate Mobile's plans all have access to Extended Range. However, in order to access it, you must have a device that is compatible with our Extended Range signal.

If I bring my phone will I be able to access Extended Range?

This is dependent on whether your present gadget is capable of receiving Extended Range signals.

Can Sprint customers access T-Mobile’s 5G network?

Sprint and T-Mobile customers will continue to enjoy excellent coverage as T-MOBILE continues to merge the two networks into a single supercharged network.

What spectrum bands does T-Mobile use?

T-Mobile employs various spectrum bands to give users with a network that offers an excellent balance of extensive coverage and high speeds.