Indoor Coverage / BYOC

Lights? Water? Wireless!

For many wireless customers, in-building coverage is now as important as plumbing and electricity. Wi-Fi and wireless outdoor coverage are no longer enough. More and more buildings are providing indoor coverage to keep tenants, residents, and visitors happy.

BYOC Overview Video Building Your Own Coverage

Benefits of In-Building Cellular Coverage Infographic

Guide To Coverage Brochure

Build Your Own Coverage with T-Mobile

T-Mobile’s Build Your Own Coverage (BYOC) program helps building owners, operators andcommercial developers design and develop indoor wireless networks. We help you deliver wireless building amenities demanded by tenants, workers and visitors.

Smart Building Checklist - 2021

In-Building Wireless: You Have Options

Smart City Checklist

5G for Your Building or Venue

FASTER SPEED AND RELIABITY
FASTER SPEED AND RELIABITY
Indoor coverage can provide faster data speeds with fewer dropped calls.
ENHANCED PUBLIC SAFETY
ENHANCED PUBLIC SAFETY
Tenants feel safer with E911 vertical location accuracy and emergency alerts.
ENHANCED PUBLIC SAFETY
ENHANCED PUBLIC SAFETY
4G LET AND 5G are inherently more secure than Wifi.
HIGHER PROPERTY VALUE
HIGHER PROPERTY VALUE
In-building coverage is a high valued amenity that tenants demands.
READY FOR 5G
READY FOR 5G
Stay ahead of the curves as 5G networks become more common.

Improving In-Building Cellular Coverage for the "Middleprise"

Strong in-building cellular coverage can add value to corporate assets, improve operational safety, and solve connectivity issues for buildings small and large – and T-Mobile is committed to helping building owners and operators improve their in-building connectivity no matter what size of the building. That’s why we’ve gathered these options for the “middleprise” (venues between 100,000 square feet and climbing to 500,000 like hotels, hospitals, colleges, retail, and multi-level class A office towers) to improve the in-building wireless experience for tenants and guests.

5G for Your Building or Venue

T-Mobile Wi-Fi Passpoint Overview

T-Mobile Wi-Fi Passpoint Network Use Agreement

BYOC Case Studies

Las Vegas, NV - Aria Resort and Casino, An MGM Resort

Minneapolis, MN - Super Bowl U.S. Bank Stadium Project

New York, NY - 4 World Trade Center

Orange County, CA - The Irvine Company

Seattle, WA - The Space Needle

Spokane, WA - Spokane Convention Center

Reno, NV - Peppermill Resort Spa Casino

San Francisco, CA - LinkedIn Headquarters

Getting Started: BYOC Step by Step

T-Mobile’s network team and operational experts have deployed countless numbers of indoor wireless networks of every shape, size and configuration. Our BYOC team removes building professionals’ pain points and streamlines the technology deployment process.
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Find Wireless Partner
The first step is to find a strategic partner to help create a wireless infrastructure plan. Need help developing a RFP or finding the right OEM or integrator? Contact us at BYOC@t-mobile.com
Step 1
Sign Up / Intake
weeks 1-4
Meet the local market and/or national BYOC team, learn more, and sign-up.
Step 2
Budget Approval
weeks 4-6
We will gather information including general system characteristics, proposed T-Mobile role and system signal power allocation, and backhaul requirements for budget approval.
Step 3
Design Review
weeks 4-8
We will reach out to your integrators for design files in iBwave format based on broadcast channels and bands. We will then finalize the signal source T-Mobile will provide.
Step 4
License Agreement Development
weeks 4-8
The BYOC License Agreement will need to be signed by both parties. During legal review and after design approval, our local market teams will visit the site to develop lease exhibit drawings.
Step 5
Deployment
weeks 16-24
Once the license is fully executed, we will move to the deployment phase.

BYOC Design Standards

BYOC Project Registration

BYOC License Agreement

BYOC Express License Agreement

*To qualify for the Express program the integrator needs to be a qualified installer of our equipment (Master Agreement and the Master Scope of Work needs to be signed).

T-Mobile Wi-Fi Passpoint Network Use Agreement

Contact Us

You can reach the BYOC team at BYOC@T-Mobile.com