T Mobile 4G LTE Bands now include Gigabit speeds. T-Mobile USA Incorporated announced that 430 of their markets will now have access to this Long Term Evolution advanced technology. Customers must possess Snapdragon gigabit Long Term Evolution advanced modems in their smartphone devices.
Actually, T-Mobile USA Incorporated has expanded to more than 930 markets with their Long Term Evolution Advanced technology. However, for now only 430 markets are capable of receiving one gigabit speeds. You can possibly double your current speeds on T-Mobile's network.
This Long Term Evolution Advanced technology uses three speed boosting techniques to accomplish this task.
* carrier aggregation
* four times multiple input multiple output
* two hundred fifty six quadrature amplitude modulation
“This is what I’m talking about when I say T-Mobile has America’s best unlimited network and the only one purpose built for unlimited. Not only do we have a nationwide LTE footprint that’s every bit as broad as the Duopoly’s, and the fastest according to multiple third parties -- it also keeps getting faster. Gigabit Class LTE technology is part of the secret sauce behind our success – and why others are struggling under the weight of unlimited – and we’re only continuing to advance with LAA on the horizon.”
T-Mobile Chief Technology Officer
What all this means is that you could possibly obtain gigabit speeds on your smart device over the T-Mobile network. You have to have a compatible device with this Snapdragon modem technology. Also, T-Mobile customers may have their bandwidth throttled if they reach their 50 gigabytes of data usage per month.
Live demonstrations were performed using this Long Term Evolution advanced technology.
* 3d virtual reality streaming
* cloud storage file access
* television and movie file downloads
The Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy Note8, Moto Z2 Force Edition, and LG V30 were used for this live demonstration. These smartphones incorporate Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform X16 Long Term Evolution chipset.
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