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T-Mobile Expands Its 5G Network to 121 New Markets

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T-Mobile has once again expanded its 5G network. 

With today's news, T-Mobile has expanded its mid-band 5G coverage in a total of 121 new markets. And this means that the wireless carrier's mid-band 5G network is now available in 210 cities and towns throughout the country. But T-Mobile still plans to add to this number before the year ends. T-Mobile shares that its mid-band 5G will be coming to "thousands more" by the end of 2020. 

In addition to launching in new cities, the wireless carrier has also improved its coverage in the cities that it already is existing. One of these cities to get an improved coverage is New York City, which has since gotten an additional 10x more mid-band 5G sites in May. With the expansion today, NYC now has 25x more mid-band 5G coverage and 10x more mid-band capacity. 

T-Mobile's 2.5GHz 5G coverage now covers cities of Arlington, VA; Trenton, NJ; St. Joseph, MO; Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN; Kankakee, IL; and Wilmington, DE. 

Here are all the cities and towns where T-Mobile's mid-band 5G coverage is live:

  • Arkansas: Jacksonville, Trumann
  • Delaware: Wilmington 
  • Florida: Dunedin, Key Vista, Ridgecrest
  • Georgia: Scottsdale
  • Illinois: Addison, Belleville, Bourbonnais, Bradley, Buffalo Grove, Burbank, Carol Stream, Crestwood, Elmwood Park, Evergreen Park, Forest Park, Hazel Crest, Hoffman Estates, Indian Creek, Kankakee, Lake Zurich, Lockport, Lombard, Lyons, Markham, Melrose Park, Midlothian, Mundelein, Normal, North Chicago, Palos Hills, Park Forest, Paxton, Plainfield, River Grove, Riverdale, Romeoville, Stone Park, Streamwood, Swansea, Tinley Park, University Park, Vernon Hills, Waterloo, Wheaton, Wheeling, Woodridge, Worth
  • Indiana: Crown Point
  • Maryland: Laurel, Lochearn, Parkville
  • Massachusetts: Melrose, Revere, Saugus
  • Michigan: Ypsilanti
  • Minnesota: Hopkins, Minneapolis, St. Paul
  • Missouri: Black Jack, Cliff Village, Dennis Acres, Flordell Hills, Grandview, Houston Lake, Joplin, Lawson, St. Joseph, Warrensburg
  • New Jersey: Atlantic City, Clifton, Echelon, Edgewater, Elmwood Park, Englewood, Fairview, Franklin Center, Garfield, Jersey City, Lodi, Passaic, Ridgefield, Rockaway, Trenton, Victory Gardens, Wallington, Wood-Ridge
  • New York: Amsterdam, Franklin Square, Lake Mohegan, Shrub Oak, South Hempstead, Terryville, University Gardens
  • North Carolina: Cornelius, Piney Green
  • Ohio: Finneytown, Sandusky
  • Oklahoma: Broken Arrow
  • Pennsylvania: Chalfant, Collingswood, Duryea, Lansdowne, Levittown, Liberty, Millbourne, North Braddock, Phoenixville
  • Tennessee: Lebanon, Oak Ridge, Sevierville, Shelbyville
  • Texas: Galena Park
  • Virginia: Alexandria, Arlington, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Washington

You can read the announcement here.

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