T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) has put the final touches on its network in Miami to make sure customers have an incredible mobile experience during the Super Bowl.
Over the last year, T-Mobile permanently boosted network capacity at venues throughout Miami so customers can share their game day moments in real time. T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers already have the biggest 5G network in Miami. And now, customers with capable 5G smartphones can get a speed boost from millimeter wave 5G in places like Hard Rock Stadium and Bayfront Park.
T-Mobile focused network enhancements where the biggest crowds will be, including Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Beach Convention Center, Bayfront Park, Miami Beach and Miami and Fort Lauderdale airports. And almost all the updates are permanent, so Miami residents and visitors can enjoy the improvements long after the Super Bowl is over.
Only T-Mobile has a nationwide 5G network that works for more people in more places. The Un-carrier´s 5G network covers more than 1 million square miles, with much of that in rural America. This foundational layer of 5G provides far reaching coverage that can travel into buildings and work indoors and out. And now, the Un-carrier has millimeter wave 5G deployed in parts of seven cities for speedy, hotspot-like coverage outdoors in dense urban areas.