Learn about coverage and technologies of the T-Mobile network, needed for your device to connect.
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T-Mobile is America’s largest 5G network and covers more people and places than anyone else. While our 5G network continues to expand, you can count on our 4G LTE network that connects 99% of Americans.
- Access our 5G & 4G LTE coverage map from your computer or mobile device.
- Enter your address or a landmark, then select Enter or choose an item in the drop-down list.
- View the coverage in that area. You can also do the following:
- Select and hold to drag to move the map around.
- Select a location to get a pop-up with detailed coverage information.
- Use the + and - icons to zoom in or out. You can also pinch to zoom.
- Switch off 5G at the top to learn where you're covered with 4G LTE.
5G Capable device required. Coverage is not available in some areas. While 5G access won’t require a certain plan or feature, some uses/services might. Review the coverage details, Terms and Conditions, and Open Internet information for network management details (like video optimization).
If your phone has signal problems where we have coverage, use Signal issues / no service troubleshooting.
Quick tip! Easily check your phone's compatibility with our network using the IMEI Status Check. No need to compare network frequencies or device lists!
- Find the networks a T-Mobile device supports by checking your Device tutorials "Device Specs".
- For non-T-Mobile devices, check with the manufacturer.
- If you want more radio frequencies/technologies, you must upgrade to a newer device.
- To connect to the local network, your device must support both our network frequency (band) and the technology (5G, 4G LTE, 2G).
T-Mobile network frequencies
Devices often support more frequencies than these, in order to roam on other domestic and international wireless networks. They are not needed on the T-Mobile network.
|5GUC (Ultra Capacity 5G)||
|5G (Extended Range 5G)||
|Extended Range 4G LTE||
Check out What is 5G? to learn how 5G works!
5GUC (Ultra Capacity 5G)
- Ultra Capacity 5G can give you the perfect balance of far-reaching coverage and super-fast speed using our mid-band and/or mmWave 5G.
- Check for the 5GUC icon on your iPhone or Android screen to know when you’re in an area with our fastest speeds!
5G (Extended Range 5G)
- With Extended Range 5G, you’ll receive nationwide coverage, faster speeds than 4G LTE, and a reliable connection indoors and out from the big city to rural areas.
- Using our low-band 5G network, it makes up the foundation of our nationwide 5G network.
- Check for the 5G icon on your iPhone or Android screen to know when you’re in an area with our best 5G coverage!
- Our 4G LTE network supplements our 5G network with coverage for 99% of Americans nationwide.
- VoLTE allows you to make and receive calls while connected to the LTE data network. It's available nationwide.
- HD Voice improves in-call voice quality for compatible phones on VoLTE.
- Enhanced Voice Services (EVS) is another codec for HD Voice that further enhances call quality.
2G (GSM, GPRS, EDGE)
- Voice and data services don't work at the same time when on 2G. You cannot use data while on a call.
Our maps show coverage provided by T-Mobile in the U.S. T-Mobile partners with other providers who provide roaming in other countries. Check out where you are covered when Traveling Abroad.
Qualifying postpaid plan and capable device required. Taxes additional; usage taxed in some countries. Voice and text features for direct communications between 2 people. Communications with premium-rate (e.g., 900, entertainment, high-rate helpline) numbers not included. Calls from 215+ countries and destinations, including over Wi-Fi, are $.25/min (no charge for Wi-Fi calls to US, Mexico and Canada). Coverage not available in some areas; we are not responsible for our partners’ networks. Standard speeds approx. 128 Kbps. Not for extended international use; you must reside in the US and primary usage must occur on our US network. Device must register on our US network before international use. Service may be terminated or restricted for excessive roaming.
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