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T-Mobile rips Verizon's 5G broadband plan as 'unrealistic' - CNET

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T-Mobile is getting into the holiday spirit -- by laying into rival Verizon.

On Monday, T-Mobile CEO John Legere usedTwitter to call out Verizon for its plan to speed up wireless broadband service, using a next-generation cellular technology called 5G. Specifically, he criticized the rival for missing a self-imposed deadline of deploying commercial service by 2017 (which CNET first reported).

Verizon said last week that the planned rollout of its 5G broadband service would instead happen in the second half of next year, starting with Sacramento, California, and expanding to four other, unnamed cities.

T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray is skeptical about Verizon's early 5G efforts. James Martin/CNET

In a follow-up interview on Tuesday, T-Mobile Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray called Verizon's plan to deploy 5G "unrealistic," citing the technical hurdles of using so-called millimeter wave spectrum, or radio airwaves that run at a high frequency and can deliver a superfast...(continued)

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