T-Mobile is working on two new technologies to help improve the way emergency calls are handled.
Earlier this week, the Un-carrier revealed these two technologies called the Location-Based Routing (LBR) and Next Generation 911 (NG911). Through these two technologies, the wireless carrier hopes to provide better service for emergency calls to be attended to as quickly as they can be.
Earlier today, T-Mobile revealed its newest product, a 5G hotspot device called Inseego 5G MiFi M2000. With this new product, T-Mobile subscribers will have access to their 5G nationwide coverage on their Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
Earlier today, T-Mobile held an investor call for its Q3 2020 earnings. The numbers show a pretty impressive quarter for the wireless provider as it crossed the 100 million customer mark. This comes after reporting a record-high postpaid net adds that are almost as much as the whole industry.
T-Mobile has launched its 2.5GHz mid-band spectrum in new parts of the country. To be more specific, the Un-carrier has launched the network in 81 new cities and towns, giving customers access to 5G network.
The areas that comprise this launch include suburbs of 8 major cities: