T-Mobile – brave, crazy, both? They frequently advertise their products being used in ways that violate federal RF safety guidelines. Then again – so do many companies. Sprint merged with them anyway. Like other telecoms, they are unleashing 5G on Americans (see 1, 2, 3) despite widespread opposition from citizens, the U.S. military, and other highly respected individuals and organizations.
Like other telecoms, they have been warning shareholders for many years that they may eventually be held liable for harm caused by their devices and transmitters (aka cell towers). There have been reports of people and animals getting sick where 5G already been turned on (see 1, 2, 3, 4). Of course that’s not really surprising – telecoms have still offered NO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE that 5G is safe.
Regardless, the company recently decided to “supercharge” 5G.
From 5G Crisis:
Following the completion of the hotly contested T-Mobile/Sprint megamerger, the telecom conglomerate is now beginning to combine 5G networks in Philadelphia and New York City, blanketing millions of Americans in powerful 2.5 GHz wireless radiation frequencies that have never been tested for long-term human safety. What could possibly go wrong?
From Business Insider:
BELLEVUE, Wash – (BUSINESS WIRE) – And they’re off! T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) just put the rest of the wireless industry on notice, advancing the company’s 5G network at a furious pace while expanding access to nationwide 5G for millions of Americans in its mission to deliver a transformative 5G network for all.
- T-Mobile is already lighting up broad and deep 5G, with 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum now live in parts of Philadelphia and coming soon to parts of New York City. Mid-band spectrum adds critical depth and additional speed to T-Mobile’s broad 5G network. Customers in New York will be the first to have access to low-band, mid-band and mmWave 5G.
- The Un-carrier is expanding its nationwide 5G footprint, lighting up 5G in Detroit, St. Louis and Columbus, Ohio.
- Sprint customers with the Samsung Galaxy S 20 5G will get nationwide 5G, tapping into T-Mobile’s 5G network in more than 5,000 cities and towns across the country, starting later this month.
- Millions of Sprint customers can now roam on the T-Mobile LTE network.Sprint customers now have access to more than double the number of LTE sites than on Sprint’s network alone, so in areas where Sprint doesn’t have LTE, T-Mobile has them covered.