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What Does 5G UW Mean On iPhone And Android?

C-Band offers the best balance between speed and coverage, making it best suited for large-scale 5G deployment. It was earlier used by the military and has only recently been made available for commercial telecom networks. Alongside Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T also rolled out C-band networks for their customers recently following delays due to flight safety concerns raised by the aviation industry. As for mmWave, it offers the fastest connections but has poor range and penetrability, which means its availability is primarily restricted to a handful of stadiums and airports.

In terms of T-Mobile’s 5G UC, it denotes ‘Ultra Capacity’ and is the carrier’s way of marketing its mid-band and mmWave 5G networks. It is essentially the same as Verizon‘s Ultra Wideband network, as both denote the fastest 5G connections offered by the respective carriers. As for AT&T, it also provides 5G in two flavors — 5G and 5G Plus. It also has a 5G E (5G Evolution) network, but it’s not 5G at all. It is just a 4G network that the carrier brands as 5G, further adding to everyone’s confusion.

Source: Verizon (1, 2)


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What Does 5G UW Mean On iPhone And Android?

C-Band offers the best balance between speed and coverage, making it best suited for large-scale 5G deployment. It was earlier used by the military and has only recently been made available for commercial telecom networks. Alongside Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T also rolled out C-band networks for their customers recently following delays due to flight safety concerns raised by the aviation industry. As for mmWave, it offers the fastest connections but has poor range and penetrability, which means its availability is primarily restricted to a handful of stadiums and airports.
In terms of T-Mobile’s 5G UC, it denotes ‘Ultra Capacity’ and is the carrier’s way of marketing its mid-band and mmWave 5G networks. It is essentially the same as Verizon‘s Ultra Wideband network, as both denote the fastest 5G connections offered by the respective carriers. As for AT&T, it also provides 5G in two flavors — 5G and 5G Plus. It also has a 5G E (5G Evolution) network, but it’s not 5G at all. It is just a 4G network that the carrier brands as 5G, further adding to everyone’s confusion.

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Source: Verizon (1, 2)

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