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Quarantines and Vandals Can’t Stop 5G Rollout

US mobile carriers are continuing to roll out 5G, and Americans are buying more 5G phones even as they aren’t leaving their homes.

By Sascha Segan

America has spent a month in quarantine, but the 5G rollouts continue. T-Mobile leads our race to 5G this month after adding yet more low-band 5G cities, and it’s starting to turn Sprint’s mid-band spectrum to the…

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