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Where does T-Mobile offer 5G coverage? Which phones support its growing network? Here's a handy guide to those questions and more.
T-Mobile's 5G network has gone live in more than 5,000 cities and towns across the US. The service provider plans to bring its 5G to Metro later this week.
Verizon finally gives subscribers and prospective customers a chance to see where its 5G network is available. The carrier has maps for individual cities.
Verizon's 5G network has gone live in another three cities as the carrier pushes forward with its goal of hitting 30 markets by the end of 2019.
T-Mobile's 5G nationwide network is expected to launch on December 6 and will offer coverage to more than 200 million Americans.
Verizon is halfway to its goal of hitting 30 markets with 5G coverage. Dallas, TX and Omaha, NE are the latest two cities to receive the ultra-fast speeds.
T-Mobile says it will soon offer the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren phone but it doesn't offer up a price or exact time. Here's what we do know so far.
A new report indicates Google is fast at work on a 5G version of the Pixel phone and may even tease it at its upcoming hardware event.
US Cellular taps a number of cities in Iowa and Wisconsin for its first deployment of 5G coverage. Here's where it will be and when it will arrive.
Customers living in NYC, Panama City, and Boise can take advantage of Verizon 5G as the network expands to thirteen total cities.
Verizon brings its 5G mmWave to New York City, making it the 11th US city with ultra-fast data. Which parts of NYC offer next-gen speeds?
What cities have access to Sprint's ultra-fast speeds and service? Which phones support the growing network? Here's a handy primer on both!
Motorola updates its 5G Moto Mod, making it faster and improving the battery performance. It's now also compatible with an older phone, too.
Verizon 5G coverage arrives in Washington DC, Atlanta, Detroit, and Indianapolis, essentially doubling the footprint on its way to 30 markets in 2019.
Verizon's 5G network comes to two new cities, bringing the total to four. Denver, Colorado and Providence, Rhode Island now have access to 5G.