T-Mobile 5G UC Gets To 200 million People. T-Mobile USA recently revealed a 5G milestone as they got to around 200 million people with their “5G Ultra Capacity” service. This is T-Mobile’s Fastest-available 5G coverage, and it happens to be effectively unique to this carrier. You might have seen a “5G” logo that appears on your T-Mobile smartphone, but currently, you would be able to view the company’s 5G UC logo in some places also.
T-Mobile 5G “Extended Range”
If you happen to have owned a 5G coverage with a T-Mobile smartphone for the last few years, and just as you saw your phone move to 5G recently, you probably would not notice any big change in the speed of data. This is not particularly shocking, since the slowest 5G speeds are not particularly faster than the fastest 4G.
The first 5G wave from the United Stated is expected to improve the speed of download and upload speeds a little bit. Certainly, nothing as world-shattering as the speed tends to increase we saw when we moved up from 3G to 5G, but the biggest widest coverage (over 308 million people across 1.7 million square miles, as stated by T-Mobile running on the company’s 600 MHz 5G bands.
T-Mobile 5G UC (Ultra Capacity)
The T-Mobile USA possesses a 5G coverage branded “Ultra Capacity.” You get to see “5G UC” branding appear right on your smartphone if your phone is accessing this very network, assuming your phone possesses the right logo to display said network. The T-Mobile 5G UC network works with 2.5 GHz and 24/28/39 GHz bands.
If you look at some simple infographics concerning the 5G, we would see the differences between the different types of 5G coverage. T-Mobile is aiming to cover multiple layers, coming from the slowest and the most widely available 5G to the fastest and most short-range 5G.
The T-Mobile 5G UC branding happens to cover lots of layers and exists side-by-side along with T-Mobile 5G Extended Range.
- Low-band: Under 1 Ghz
- Mid-band: 3.6-6 Ghz (Under 6Ghz is Sub-6)
- High-band: 24-40 Ghz (Over 24Ghz is mmWave or UW or Ultra Wideband)
With the T-Mobile 5G Extended Range, you would possess a bit of low-band 5G (600 Mhz), and T-Mobile UC happens to include 2.5 GHz and 24/28/39 GHz bands. So, they happen to be attempting to cover some collection of bands so as to have as much as 5G-brand coverage in the USA as possible.
Currently, T-Mobile happens to be doing a very go job making it seem like they are winning the 5G war by possessing a very significant amount of band coverage in low mid, and high-band 5G.
The speed increase that you get to experience on your phone would not likely be as game-changing as it was when you moved straight from 3G to 4G. But it would be enough certainly for mobile carriers to proceed to get super hyped up concerning making sure that you would be expecting to absolutely required a 5G-Capable smartphone as soon as you can.