T-Mobile’s 5G Network Launches on June 28th Alongside the Galaxy S10 5G

The 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 has already made its debut on Sprint and Verizon’s network in the US. Today, T-Mobile is joining the bandwagon by announcing the launch of its 5G network and the Galaxy S10 5G.

Unlike other carriers, T-Mobile is going to offer 5G network connectivity to its subscribers at no additional cost. You obviously need to own a 5G phone to access the 5G network which at this point is the Galaxy S10 5G.

Compared to the regular Galaxy S10, the 5G variant of the phone comes with a bigger 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, a quad-camera setup at the rear which includes a ToF sensor, a bigger 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging support.

The Uncarrier is going to launch its 5G networks in the following U.S. cities on June 28:

  • Atlanta
  • Cleveland
  • Dallas
  • Las Vegas
  • Los Angeles
  • New York City

T-Mobile is even providing a 5G network map for its subscribers so that they can actually know where exactly they are going to enjoy 5G speeds.

“5G from T-Mobile is different because we have a very different plan to deliver broad, deep and transformational 5G – to everyone! Unlike the other guys, we believe 5G should cover people near and far – especially those in rural America. And we believe 5G should not cost more,” said John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile. “With this device, customers can supplement their already kick-ass LTE experience with a 5G boost in a few cities now, but if our merger with Sprint is approved, the New T-Mobile will build a 5G network for all … the kind of 5G network America deserves.”

If you are on T-Mobile’s network in the U.S. and want to buy the Galaxy S10 5G, you can get it after a down payment of $549.99 and monthly installments of $31.25/month for a period of 24 months. That’s a total of $1299.99!

Since T-Mobile’s 5G network is going to be available in limited cities, the Galaxy S10 5G is also going to be available only in those selected cities and stores where a 5G network is present.

In its press release, T-Mobile says that if its merger with Sprint is approved, it can utilize Sprint’s mid-band spectrum to deliver true nationwide 5G network.

[Via T-Mobile]