Opensignal recently published its latest study on how Verizon and AT&T’s C-band rollout has helped in the 5G space. And as it turns out, at least one of two networks have gained some momentum with this new technology.
T-Mobile announced today that it will stop using the claim that it has the “most reliable 5G” in the country. This decision comes after it failed to get the nod from the National Advertising Review Board (NARB).
Ever since T-Mobile launched its 5G Home Internet service, it has become one of the key services offered by the Un-carrier. And earlier this week, the company revealed that they are now expanding availability of the service to Metro by T-Mobile customers.
Earlier this week, there were reports that carriers were blocking Apple’s new Private Relay feature. The report comes after European carriers reportedly blocked the feature already. Considering that T-Mobile’s European counterpart was among those who blocked the feature, many decided to check with the US carrier.
The major wireless carriers in the country have been doing their best to fight off scammers and robocalls. T-Mobile has released its first ever end-of-year wireless scam report to show just how hard they’ve been working to protect customers.