The leader in 5G is moving business forward.

T-Mobile is America’s largest and fastest 5G network for business.

Our 5G network

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Fastest speeds.

T-Mobile customers get the fastest 5G speeds and get a 5G signal more often than customers on any other network.

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Leader in 5G Speed.

With double the download speeds of ATT and Verizon.

Fastest average, overall combined 5G speeds according to Opensignal Awards – USA: 5G User Experience Report October 2021​. Capable device req'd; coverage not available in some areas. Some uses may require certain plan or feature; see

Our 5G coverage is unmatched.

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Coverage AND speed. That’s real 5G.

We cover more of the U.S. with our nationwide 5G—nearly twice the 5G coverage area of AT&T and nearly four times that of Verizon, including the most interstate highway miles in America. And with our Ultra Capacity 5G, we’re bringing speeds as fast as Wi-Fi to more places across the country.

T-Mobile and Sprint merged to build a bigger & better 5G network for your business.

Broader coverage.

We’ve expanded our nationwide 5G network to now cover over 90% of Americans and the most Interstate highway miles in America. And in just a few years we plan to provide 5G to 99% of Americans.

Faster speeds.

At a record pace, we’re rolling out 5G speeds as fast as Wi-Fi—covering 200 million Americans with our high performance, Ultra Capacity 5G.

Greater signal strength.

No 5G signal goes farther or is better for coverage indoors and out than our Extended Range 5G. That means a strong connection both in dense cities and in rural areas.


5G plans and devices

Technology to transform business.

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Unlimited 5G plans.

Loaded with first-class benefits that help get business done faster.

During congestion, heavy data users (>50GB/mo. for most plans) and customers choosing lower-prioritized plans may notice lower speeds than other customers; see plan for details. Video typically streams on smartphone/tablet at DVD quality (480p).

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5G devices.

Get the most out of your 5G service with a 5G device.

5G in action

The impact of 5G on business.

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Connect and collaborate with ease – from almost anywhere.

In the office, at home or on the go, your employees can get work done with the power of our network and WFX solutions.

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Try our network for FREE.

See first-hand how T-Mobile for Business delivers fast speeds and coverage virtually anywhere you do business.

Non-T-Mobile customers only; 1 trial per user. Compatible device req'd. 5G device req'd to access 5G network. See full terms

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Let’s talk about spectrum: how more bands make a better network.

If you’re considering the fascinating use cases fueled by the 5G era, you’ll want to understand how multiple frequency bands support them. And no, you don’t need to be a radio engineer.

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Whitepaper: Why organizations need access to all spectrum options for a successful 5G strategy.

Our TechTarget whitepaper explains how low-, mid-, and high-band spectrum can work together to support current and new use cases in the 5G future.

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Not where but how: next-gen networks will fuel the future of work.

The massive shift to remote work during the Coronavirus pandemic revealed that many organizations can remain productive, even with a distributed workforce. Here, four enterprise leaders share their outlook.

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Mobile first, virtual everything—the compelling case for 5G-enhanced broadband.

Fast, reliable internet is now a lifeline across industries—as in-person exchanges continue to move online.

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