Technology King Elon Musk’s SpaceX and giant cellular services provider T-Mobile agree to boost cellular coverage using SpaceX satellites

South Texas – USA (The HQ News) – T-Mobile USA, Inc. (TMUS.O) which claims to be America’s largest and fastest 5G network covering more than 92% of the interstate Highway miles is set to use Elon Musk-owned SpaceX’s Starlink satellites to provide mobile users with network access in parts of the United States.

Space X’s Chief Engineer Elon Musk and T-Mobile’s President Mike Sievert on Thursday 25th August, 2022 announced the innovative plan for genuinely advanced universal cellular connectivity.

Elon Musk’s SpaceX website has dedicated an update section for this sustainable, innovative and secure technology aimed at easing human life by connecting them in areas earlier not possible without expensive satellite phones.

The new plans, which will continue alongside T-mobile’s existing cellular services, would reduce dependence on cell towers and offer service for sending texts and images where cell coverage does not currently exist which is vital for emergency situations in remote areas.

More than 20 percent of the USA land area and 90 percent of the earth remain uncovered by wireless companies even though the LTE and 5G powerful technologies are adopted and available by many cellular companies. Humans working, travelling or living in these remote areas which are dead zones cellular communication wise pose serious threats to the humans and communities which this new innovative solution by Elon Musk will resolve.

SpaceX has already launched about 3,000 low-Earth-orbiting Starlink satellites since 2019 clearly superseding other commercial and non commercial rivals in this field.

This satellite-to-cellular service will provide nearly complete coverage anywhere a customer can see the sky – this network user can continue texting and eventually make a cell phone call even if he/she leave the terrestrial coverage without any addition /changes of any apps, softwares or firmware thereby making the communication smooth and simple.

SpaceX showed this event live through its social media accounts and other media sources.