On Tuesday, T-Mobile’s technology president announced via Twitter that it had upgraded its 5G capacity in anticipation of this year’s Super Bowl 55 in Tampa, Florida. The major sporting event will take place on Sunday, February 7th at Raymond James Stadium, where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face Kansas City Chiefs.
The Super Bowl comes once a year .. But these Tampa Bay @T mobile 5G network upgrades are permanent!
— Neville (@NevilleRay) February 2, 2021
The ongoing pandemic restricts cross-border movement, but has 22,000 participants (22,000 participants) CNBC The venue, which typically accommodates more than 65,000 spectators, is expected to explore the city as people flock to cities along the Florida coast.
T-Mobile is upgrading 5G capacity to prominent areas of Tampa, including downtown development on Water Street, Julien B. Rene Park, and Tampa’s Riverwalk. New spectra will also light up in Hyde Park, Eversity, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Dade City. T-Mobile’s mid band rollout contains spectra taken from Sprint at the 2.5GHz frequency.
T-Mobile has rolled out a rule range for 5G connectivity at Raymond James Stadium. Low-band and mid-band spectra in addition to millimeter-wave 5G. The latter is only supported on a few T-Mobile branded phones, the last one seems to be the Samsung Galaxy S105G.
As with the following year, T-Mobile will advertise during the Super Bowl.This year, a 30-second commercial spot will run $ 5.5 million by Bloomberg..