Wireless Industry News

Device specifications show continued support for Sprint and T-Mobile LTE networks across 2.5 GHz and 700 MHz bands, respectively; AT&T 2.3 GHz left out.

Apple’s launch this week of its iPhone SE device is sure to excite the faithful, as well as continue to boost the network enhancement efforts of Sprint and T-Mobile US. The device, which is basically an iPhone 6s in a smaller package, includes support for LTE band classes 41 and 12, which are central to Sprint’s boasting of higher data speeds and T-Mobile US’ push for greater network coverage. 

For Sprint, the growing device support for its 2.5 GHz spectrum running TDD-LTE technology should help the operator make good on recent headlines touting network speeds. Read More