There is no company in the world to make these dreams a reality than the world’s most sophisticated and advanced space organization and its leader, SpaceX and T-Mobile’s president, Elon Musk.
And CEO Mike Seaver made the big announcement when he was at SpaceX’s Starbase test site in Texas, the first to take the stage where he explained why the two companies are partnering in an effort to bring wireless connectivity to the US.
Sievert takes a look at the big announcement we’re taking with our new partners at SpaceX on a huge leap forward as we announce a technology alliance tonight that we’ll call above-and-beyond coverage because It’s about solving our industry’s biggest pain point.
This partnership has a vision that the mobile is the end of the dead zone. Our country is really huge. It is the fourth largest country in the world. 500000 square miles of land is open by any cellular network and this is important for security.
It’s like people in videos for sports people from rural areas but honestly it’s important for all of us and so this partnership is going to imagine a different future, imagine a future where you have the sky have a clear view.
About T-Mobile Because this is a technology partnership dedicated to integrating a piece of T-Mobile’s mid-band PCS spectrum into the Starlinked satellites launching next year, our approach becomes that you can connect to your existing phone which is unbelievable.
It’s very hard to put cellular towers in the sky and that’s why we’re here with the world experts at SpaceX and so it’s something that we’ll start with next year, we believe by the end of next year we’ll see messaging and here Even messaging with MMS.
Messaging app so you can go from your existing phone to any cellular network. We will continue with this. Going to the part again after the data as well.