Are you looking forward to the new wireless 5G technology on T-Mobile? We are, too. But just like the other telecom providers in the United States today, there are all sorts of roadblocks that have to be overcome to make it nationwide. One of top of the most significant difficulties that come with rolling out
5G is supposed to be so much better than 4G, right? That’s what the technical specification calls for, and in real-time testing, 5G technology is so much better than 4G and even 4G LTE. That’s why all of the major carriers are working on rolling out their 5G networks nationwide. Unfortunately, that rollout is relatively
Carriers are rolling out 5G wireless technology nationwide right now. There are only select cities with the wireless frequency available, and these are usually reasonably dense cities with plenty of people. So, if you live in a larger city, you’ll likely soon or are already experiencing the fast speeds that 5G has to offer. However,
5G is being worked on at a reasonably rapid pace. It’s time for LTE to be pushed to the wayside, as we make room for new and improved technologies that will support faster download and upload speeds, as well as more people. 5G is expected to roll out nationwide on many carriers, at least by
It’s the question of the year — when are we going to see the new 5G network technology in the United States? Most of the major carriers are rushing to be the first with true 5G available, but making it available nationwide is no easy task. 5G is supposed to improve mobile network technology significantly.
5G is the new hot wireless technology that everyone is excited about. With promises of extremely faster speeds, as well as consistent speeds in congested urban areas like New York City, it’s no wonder why people are anxious to get their hands on the upgraded network technology. Unfortunately, rolling out a new network infrastructure is
Everyone is racing to be the first carrier with true 5G technology lit up all over the country. 5G is significantly quicker than 4G LTE, but there are still some roadblocks to it. AT&T is still, as quickly as possible, lighting up the nation with 5G; however, 5G isn’t so popular from a consumer standpoint.
Have you been hearing a lot about 5G vs 4G, but not entirely sure what it is? 5G is going to be the next generation of cellular connectivity. It will replace 4G LTE technology, as it’s more efficient, faster and has better signal strength. The need for something better than 4G LTE is because of
For those looking for solutions to their #GalaxyS7 issues, this post might help. Don’t forget to also visit other troubleshooting guides for the S7 and S7 Edge. Galaxy S7 losing network and LTE connectivity SMS on Galaxy S7 is converted to MMS Galaxy S7 not syncing stock Calendar and Microsoft Exchange accounts properly Google apps
If you own one of the latest smartphone models available in the market then chances are you have heard of the term LTE. This will usually appear on your phone screen once you turn on your mobile data connection. Basically, LTE or Long Term Evolution is a 4G wireless broadband standard. Right now this is
The #GalaxyNote4 has been around and it apparently proven itself to be quite a stable platform. However, some users are still reporting issues especially when it comes to connectivity. Here are some of these issues and their solutions: Galaxy Note 4 cannot connect to 4G Galaxy Note 4 does not have LTE connectivity option Galaxy