T-Mobile’s 5G rollout includes four more cities as of this morning. Hatch, New Mexico; Hood River, Oregon; Cordes Lakes, Arizona; and Ault, Colorado now have access to T-Mobile’s high speed mobile network.
Once again, the company sent out separate press releases, announcing the launch in each of the cities.
“We’ve been building toward this day for a really long time. Professionally, it’s incredibly rewarding to bring the Hatch community a technology that has the potential to close the Digital Divide and level the playing field for rural America,” said Damien Huggard, T-Mobile network engineer. “Today marks the beginning, not the end. As we add more cell sites and continue to build out our 5G network in Hatch and other New Mexico cities, the wireless experience is only going to get better.”
Identical statements were made for each of the cities in this phase of the 5G rollout. For more information, customers can view T-Mobile’s 5G coverage map.
In addition to expanding the 5G rollout, T-Mobile is also adding three more 5G devices to its lineup – the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G and the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. For more information on the latest 5G devices at T-Mobile, visit t-mobile.com/devices/5g-phones.
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