“Every Mint plan has 5G free … unlike some of our competitors,” Mint Mobile said.
“It seems like we’ll never find out what 5G is, so we’ll be giving it away for free on any plan until we find out,” Reynolds said in a video.
costs $ 20 per month for 8GB, $ 25 per month for 12GB, and $ 30 per month for unlimited data. The prices for 12-month plans are the same, but a little more expensive for a 6-month option. Plans also include unlimited calls and text messages, free calls to Mexico and Canada, and free mobile hotspot features.
“No 5G signal goes further (others can be blocked by leaves),” said Mint Mobile, adding that it uses 600MHz low-band spectrum, “because it’s the one that benefits you the most . “
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The three big US carriers use different radio waves for their 5G networks: Verizon uses a 5G high-band millimeter wave spectrum that is limited to short distances and blocked by solid obstacles such as buildings and trees, while AT&T uses an 850- MHz spectrum for its networks uses low-band 5G network.
T-Mobile also uses the 600 MHz low-band spectrum, which has better range at slower speeds, but has now also integrated Sprint’s 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum since the carrier’s merger with Sprint in April Value of $ 26.5 billion took place.
You can check Mint Mobile’s coverage map here to see if there is 5G service in your area.
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