Bellevue, Washington — September 28, 2017 — T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today announced that the LG V30® is coming to the Un-carrier, and it is LIT. LG’s latest superphone is packed with all the most advanced tech, so it absolutely flies on T-Mobile’s super-advanced LTE network. We’re talking gigabit-class speeds and the ability to tap into the new 600 MHz spectrum
T-Mobile is lighting up in rural America. The LG V30 will be available for pre-sale starting at 5:00 a.m. PT
(8:00 a.m. ET) on October 5 or grab one in store and online starting October 13 for $80 down and $30 a month on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (FRP: $800).
“The LG V30 does it all on T-Mobile – and it’s all unlimited and freaky fast,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “Putting this beast of a superphone on a carrier network is like driving a Formula One racer on a dirt road. Why would you ever do that? Unleash the V30 on America’s best unlimited network!”
On the outside, the V30 is loaded – including dual rear cameras with a main 16 MP camera, a battery-friendly 6-inch OLED display and 64 GB of internal storage. That gorgeous screen makes the V30 perfect for binging your Netflix favorites, and with expandable storage on microSD, you have plenty of space to download your latest Netflix obsession before you hop on a plane. It’s also IP68 water resistant and dustproof.
On the inside, the LG V30 is the latest gigabit-class smartphone to harness the power of three advanced LTE technologies already built into the T-Mobile network, meaning customers in more than 400 markets can see speeds double from before. And, the LG V30 is the first smartphone to tap into T-Mobile’s new 600 MHz spectrum, which is already live in Cheyenne, Wyoming and Scarborough, Maine with more on the way.
Since 2015, T-Mobile has doubled its LTE coverage and now covers 315 million people. Thanks to ongoing network expansion, T-Mobile expects to reach 321 million people by the end of the year. The Un-carrier’s new 600 MHz spectrum – which stretches from coast to coast – only strengthens T-Mobile’s network in existing markets, and the new spectrum allows the Un-carrier to expand its award-winning network into rural America.
According to two recent reports from Ookla, makers of Speedtest, and OpenSignal, based on millions of results from actual wireless customers using their smartphones every day, T-Mobile’s network is the fastest and just keeps getting faster while other networks continue to get slower. OpenSignal’s study also showed that T-Mobile customers get an LTE signal more often than customers of any other major wireless company do.
To learn more about T-Mobile’s network, visit t-mobile.com/coverage. To learn more about the LG V30, visit
2017 U.S. Market Report Q1-Q2 2017, based on independent analysis of over 14 million consumer-initiated cellular network tests during the period Jan 1st – July 31st 2017. © Ookla.
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