T-Mobile Announces Three New Plans for its 5G Network
T-Mobile plans to light up its nationwide 5G on Dec 6, laying a foundation for the New T-Mobile’s massive network that will have the capacity to deliver breakthrough connectivity initiatives to millions if the T-Mobile/Sprint merger closes in 2020.
- Introduces Connecting Heroes Initiative, a 10-year commitment for free 5G access to every first responder at every public and non-profit state and local police, fire and EMS agency across the entire country
- Unveils Project 10Million, a $10 billion commitment built to eradicate the homework gap for millions of children, giving free service to 10 million households
- Announces T-Mobile Connect, a groundbreaking prepaid solution for everyone at half the price of the lowest offer today – for just $15 per month.
The T-Mobile/Sprint merger already has approval from the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice. The remaining hurdle is a lawsuit filed by attorneys general from multiple states, which is expected to come to trial in Dec.
T-Mobile Announces Plans for THREE Supercharged New T-Mobile Un-carrier Moves That Will Use Transformational 5G Network for GOOD T-Mobile 5G to Go Live December 6, Promises Free First Responder 5G (telecompetitor) T-Mobile to Offer $15 Monthly Cellphone Plan (WSJ)