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SpaceX and T-Mobile’s plan to make phones work everywhere, explained

Driving down a lonely stretch of road. Trekking through a green field. Waiting for a severe storm.

These are all situations where traditional cell service can quickly fail or disappear altogether. But if T-Mobile and SpaceX have their way, cellular dead zones could finally go away, at least in the United States.

Last week, T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert and SpaceX founder Elon Musk announced a partnership that promises to offer at least some degree of cellular service “virtually everywhere in the continental US, Hawaii , portions of Alaska, Puerto Rico, and territorial waters.”


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