T-Mobile Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO):
|Aeris Communications Inc.||Boom Mobile||campusSIMs|
|Cellular Abroad||Consumer Cellular||China Telecom Americas (CTExcel)|
|GoSmart Mobile||Infinium Wireless||Jaguar Mobile|
|Jolt Mobile||KidsConnect||Liberty Wireless|
|Mobal||Net10 Wireless||NTT DoCoMo USA|
|OTG Mobile||Project Fi||Proven Wireless|
|Red Pocket Mobile||Republic Wireless||Simple Mobile|
|Speed Talk Mobile||Straight Talk||Telcel América|
|Tempo Telecom||The People's Operator USA||Ting|
|TracFone||Ultra Mobile||Univision Mobile|
|US Mobile||UVA Mobile||UWT Mobile|
|Value Wireless||Walmart Family Mobile||ZingPCS|
Are you having trouble with your Android and iPhone reception in your vehicle, or inside your home or workspace? A T-Mobile signal amplifier by weBoost can help eliminate dropped connections, improve voice quality, provide faster data uploads and downloads on Androids and iPhones. It can also give you up to two hours additional talk time on a single battery charge. There's another great benefit that solutions available directly from T-Mobile cannot match - A T-Mobile reception booster by Wilson/ weBoost will also boost coverage for other cell phone carriers! That means that your friends, co-workers or family members who have cellular service with a carrier other than T-Mobile can also benefit from the boosted signal when they visit your home or travel with you in your vehicle.
weBoost 4G kits help take advantage of more speed and more power of the faster and stronger T-Mobile LTE+ or LTE Advanced networks to download and upload wireless data as fast as your phone and T-Mobile is capable of providing.
T-Mobile's 2G services operate on standard dual-band frequencies - all dual-band amplifiers will work. Their 3G and 4G HSPA+ service is currently running on AWS frequencies of 1700 and 2100 MHz and will need a AWS booster.
Do note that 3G and 4G HSPA is in transition to 1900 MHz band, meaning that you may want to consider waiting to get a standard dual-band. The AWS will mean that it will become the carrying frequency for 4G LTE.
T-Mobile USA is the fourth largest carrier in the United States, having been established as VoiceStream Wireless PCS in 1994. These days, it is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom and an entity under German company T-Mobile International AG. There are currently plans to merge with MetroPCS.
In 2013, T-Mobile started to rebrand their corporate image into the "unCarrier" - part of the process was eradicating contracts and instead charging users an amount of money per month in addition to the down-payment on their chosen mobile device.
Although this was primarily to increase company profits in the United States against rivals AT&T and Verizon, it worked, drawing new users in along with other initiatives, including Data Stash, in which users could roll over their unused data each month. In 2015, strategy switched to Verizon as they offered Verizon customers a side-by-side trial of services and an offer to pay customer fees with a switch to T-Mobile if desired.
3G or 4H (HSPA+) phones on the T-Mobile signal will run with all standard dual band T-Mobile cell phone signal boosters but if you have 4G LTE, go with a 2G, 3G or 4G LTE booster that works with T-Mobile.
All signal boosting products listed will work to boost reception on all phones on T-Mobile cellular network. All the ones that state "3G" in their product name will amplify voice, text, and 3G data connections. All items that have "4G" listed in their name will amplify voice, text, 3G as well as 4G, 4G LTE, and 4G Advanced LTE wireless data connections to T-Mobile cell towers.