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T-Mobile unveils the 4G LTE ‘CellSpot’, free for Simple Choice subscribers

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T-Mobile unveils the 4G LTE ‘CellSpot’, free for Simple Choice subscribers

Wireless service T-Mobile these days introduced a brand new house software designed to offer a robust, dependable wireless 4G LTE sign for consumers without or with an indoor mobile sign.

For T-Mobile consumers, there’s an alternative choice coming to the marketplace on Wednesday, November 4, referred to as the CellSpot. With this field that the Magenta Carrier says is simply “plug-and-play,” a T-Mobile subscriber can achieve get right of entry to to T-Mobile’s 4G LTE community, and the service says it could duvet 3,000 sq. ft. Simply plug the field in after which attach it to a broadband web connection, after which you will have complete bars of LTE protection.

The CellSpot additionally supplies get right of entry to to T-Mobile’s community options, together with HD Voice, video calling, complex messaging, and VoLTE.

As a long way as pricing is going, T-Mobile is if truth be told providing the CellSpot for free to its Simple Choice subscribers, when they drop $25 in a refundable deposit, so long as they continue to be T-Mobile subscribers.



Key highlights come with:

  • Wi-Fi CellSpot Router: Announced at Un-service 7.0 in September 2014, this Internet-hooked up router supplies consumers with Wi-Fi protection for calling and texting past the succeed in of any mobile community.
  • 4G LTE CellSpot Signal Booster: This sign booster amplifies T-Mobile’s 3G, 4G and/or LTE sign right through a house or industry with out an Internet connection.
  • 4G LTE CellSpot: Announced nowadays, this 4G LTE tower supplies a robust, dependable wireless 4G LTE sign for consumers without or with an indoor mobile sign on suitable 3G, 4G and LTE handsets for as much as 16 callers at one time any place a consumer has broadband Internet and T-Mobile wireless spectrum.
The new tool arrives only a week prior to T-Mobile holds its landmark tenth Un-service transfer in Los Angeles. The Deutsche Telekom-owned corporate claims to lately blanket roughly 300 million Americans through its LTE sign.

For additional info, visit T-Mobile’s website.
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