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Samsung Cat.18 LTE modem is fastest yet (but there’s a catch)

Samsung Cat.18 LTE modem is fastest yet (but there’s a catch)

The smartphone chip wars may have focused on processors so far, but just how fast your data connection is has become the next frontier. It’s one that Samsung plans to dominate in, too, with the
T-Mobile LTE-U arrives for customers in a handful of US cities

T-Mobile LTE-U arrives for customers in a handful of US cities

T-Mobile has announced that LTE-Unlimited, otherwise known as LTE-U, is now available to customers in a handful of cities in the US. These cities include some big places like Las Vegas and Brooklyn,

T-Mobile successfully tests new LTE tech, rolls out LTE-U to customers

T-Mobile is hard at work improving their LTE network for customers, this time by bolstering the bandwidth with unused 5GHz spectrum. That sounds like fancy technological mumbo jumbo, but don’t worry,
T-Mobile's LTE-U network is rolling out in select cities

T-Mobile's LTE-U network is rolling out in select cities

Back in February, T-Mobile announced that it would begin using unassigned portions of the 5GHz spectrum to offer more bandwidth and coverage to its customers. The company called this 'LTE-U,' and said
T-Mobile demos gigabit LTE on the Samsung Galaxy S8

T-Mobile demos gigabit LTE on the Samsung Galaxy S8

The LTE on your phone is pretty fast these days as long as you've got a good signal. It's not as fast as LTE on the Galaxy S8, though. T-Mobile has posted a demo of the GS8 hitting nearly 1Gbps in a
T-Mobile’s LTE-U network is launching this Spring

T-Mobile’s LTE-U network is launching this Spring

Mobile carriers have recently taken the spotlight by resurrecting the once thought dead “unlimited” subscription plan. Now T-Mobile is making a big splash again, but in a different way. It has

LTE-U to launch this spring on the T-Mobile network

T-Mobile’s star has been ascending the last few years. Most people are familiar by now with the unconventional business strategies that T-Mobile, led by their CEO John Legere, has been implementing
T-Mobile's 'LTE-U' program will use unlicensed spectrum for more LTE bandwidth

T-Mobile's 'LTE-U' program will use unlicensed spectrum for more LTE bandwidth

Everyone wants faster LTE data, and carriers want to give it to them (and protect and expand their subscriber base at the same time). T-Mobile's latest attempt to expand its network is what it's