T-Mobile Set To Launch First-ever 5G Hotspot Next Week

T-Mobile (TMUS), an American wireless network operator majority owned by German firm Deutsche Telekom, on Thursday announced its first-ever T-Mobile 5G Hotspot, to be available from June 16.

The new service taps into T-Mobile's extended range 5G signals for broad nationwide coverage and ultra capacity 5G for super-fast speeds - as fast as Wi-Fi - in hundreds of cities, the company said in a statement.

The T-Mobile Hotspot also allows its users to connect up to 32 devices for simultaneous connectivity featuring a 6460mAh battery for all-day usage for a seamless 5G connectivity.

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