T-Mobile has inked five-year, multi-billion-dollar agreements with both Ericsson and Nokia to help the mobile carrier accelerate and expand its 5G footprint. T-Mobile (TMUS) said that the deals are built on last year’s merger with Sprint, and will add more 5G coverage, capacity, speed and advanced technical capabilities such as 5G carrier aggregation across all of its spectrum bands. As part of the agreement, Ericsson will supply equipment, software, and related services, including active and passive antennas. Furthermore, T-Mobile will use Nokia’s (NOK) AirScale radio platform to deploy an ultra capacity 5G layer with 2.5GHz massive MIMO technology.