When T-Mobile acquired $8 billion of low-band spectrum in April 2017, our expert teams went to work to make spectrum usable for Americans as quickly as possible — it’s what we promised Congress and the FCC.
ERI Helps Broadcasters Through Bandwidth Transition
In the drive to quickly deploy antennas that will carry the 600 MHz frequency, and eventually 5G, ERI expanded their entire operation. They increased their footprint, team, and capabilities to meet the demand.
Five Key Initiatives in Rolling Out the 600 MHz Spectrum
Once acquiring the $8 billion in 600 MHz spectrum from the government, T-Mobile got to work to meet the transition deadline. Learn more about the initiatives that helped make it possible.
How 600 MHz Became Available for Mobile Connectivity
Check out T-Mobile’s video: Achieving the Vision for Expanding Mobile Broadband. Learn about the benefits that 600 MHz spectrum will bring to rural, suburban and urban consumers.
Low Band Spectrum Makes for Better Networks
Meet Kamal, a radio engineer for T-Mobile. Being a engineer, he knows that using multiple bands of radio frequencies - including 600 MHz - builds stronger, farther reaching networks.
T-Mobile's Phased Approach to the 600 MHz Spectrum
Learn more about our 10 phases and watch the U.S. map fill in as we transition all spectrum to 600 MHz.
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