T-Mobile will pay $200 million to resolve the Federal Communications Commission's investigation into Sprint's abuse of the Lifeline program, claiming monthly subsidies for unused services.
T-Mobile has announced that its T-Mobile Money banking service is now offering Sprint customers the same benefits as legacy T-Mobile users, including a 4% APY on deposits up to $3,000.
T-Mobile once again announced today that it's offering a season of MLB.TV for its customers, but this year it's also offering a one-year subscription to The Athletic. Sprint customers are eligible.
Now that T-Mobile owns Sprint, it's about to shut down the carrier's 5G network as it begins to light up the 2.5GHz spectrum for its own customers. The only unaffected device is the Galaxy S20.
T-Mobile has announced that Sprint customers will soon be able to enjoy T-Mobile Tuesdays offers starting next week. The program aims to thank customers with free offers and giveaways.
In a conference call with over 400 Sprint employees, T-Mobile's VP James Kirby informed them that their services will no longer be required, with the BISO unit being removed entirely.
A number of users in the United States are reporting the inability to make phone calls right now. Moreover, this seems to be affecting all carriers in the country, such as Verizon, T-Mobile, and more.
During an investor meeting this week, T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert said that the unified carrier is planning to phase out the Sprint brand by mid-summer, after the two companies merged in April.
Owners of older Sprint 5G phones released in 2019 will not be getting software updates to add support for T-Mobile's 5G network and they will be limited to Sprint's 5G network as long as it is live.
T-Mobile announced today that it's continuing to fold Sprint's network into its own. Samsung Galaxy S20 5G users on Sprint will soon be able to use T-Mobile's 600MHz nationwide 5G network.
After announcing that its acquisition of Sprint was finalized earlier today, T-Mobile has now announced that it's already starting to deploy Sprint's mid-band 5G on the 2.5GHz frequency.
T-Mobile announced today that its acquisition of rival carrier Sprint is complete. Mike Sievert is now taking the reigns as CEO from John Legere, and the company will still be called T-Mobile.
Amazon has now begun selling Google Fi SIM cards for $9.99, which is higher than Google's free shipments. However, the purchase also comes with a $10 credit for the customers' first bill.
T-Mobile's plan to incorporate Sprint's business seems to be making progress, as a U.S. District Judge has approved of the deal. With three major hurdles out of the way, the deal is almost done.
Sprint is running an offer where it will fix the cracked screen of eligible Galaxy smartphones for just $49. The offer is applicable even for non-Sprint subscribers and lasts through February 9.
T-Mobile today announced that it will be building a Customer Experience Center for the New T-Mobile on Long Island. It will be one of five that will be built after its Sprint merger is complete.
The ongoing saga in which the two U.S. carriers attempt to join forces has closed another chapter, with the FCC now approving the deal. There are still some hurdles to go through, however.
LG's V50 ThinQ has a triple-lens camera with no bump, a Snapdragon 855 chipset, an OLED display, a headphone jack, and it supports 5G. All-in-all, it's a pretty great device, a rarity from LG.
The OnePlus 7 Pro 5G has landed in the United States on Sprint, and it's just like the 4G version, but with the Snapdragon X50 modem. For this review, I trekked through New York to test 5G.
Previously exclusive to a carrier in the UK, the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is now available for purchase from Sprint. Apparently, actual 5G service on the device is only available from UK carrier EE.
Sprint today announced that it's bringing its 5G service to four new cities, including New York City, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C. The carrier's 5G network now works in nine cities.
Earlier this year, OnePlus launched its first 5G device, which was exclusive to a carrier in the UK. Now, the firm is finally bringing a 5G device to the United States, courtesy of Sprint.
T-Mobile announced today that it has received approval from the United States Department of Justice to merge with Sprint. It will be sending off Sprint's pre-paid businesses to DISH.
Sprint today announced that its True Mobile 5G is now live in Chicago, and that it's coming to more cities like Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C. in the coming weeks.
A couple of days after AT&T started selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G to developers and businesses, Sprint is now putting it up for pre-order, and it's actually available to consumers.
After Sprint recently agreed to sell off Boost Mobile in order to get approval for its merger with T-Mobile, Amazon seems to be interested in stepping in to buy the network operator.
Sprint announced today that its first four cities to support 5G are now live, including Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Kansas City. It's coming to another five cities soon.
The Department of Justice reportedly wants T-Mobile and Sprint to create a new carrier using their own network as part of the tradeoffs the companies need to make to win its approval for their merger.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has said he will recommend the approval of the Sprint and T-Mobile merger to his colleagues after the carriers promised to sell off Boost Mobile when the deal is approved.
Sprint today announced that its first 5G devices will go on sale at the end of the month, and you can pre-order them beginning tomorrow. Devices include the LG V50 ThinQ 5G and HTC 5G Hub.
The third and fourth largest carriers in the United States have extended the deadline for the merger deal between the two to be approved. The companies have until July 29 to convince officials.
Sprint and AT&T have settled a lawsuit filed in February of this year over the latter's use of fake 5G branding on its mobile device offerings, a marketing stunt that was criticized by rivals.
The U.S. Department of Justice reportedly voiced concerns over the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, saying that the deal may not be approved in its current form. A decision hasn't been made yet.
Sprint is offering network switchers a new program that includes a 30-day refund period to try its LTE Advanced network, plus up to $650 of cost coverage and a $250 Prepaid Mastercard for smartphones.
Sprint announced today that it has agreed to expand its partnership with Google for its Fi network to support 5G. Sprint's 5G network is still slated for launch in the first half of this year.
LG's upcoming phone that will bring support for Sprint's 5G network will supposedly be the V50 ThinQ, according to a new leak. The device will likely be announced at the Mobile World Congress 2019.
The two networks seem to be in for a legal kerfuffle over AT&T's recent decision to start showing off what is its 4G LTE network as 5G Evolution (5GE) on both Android and iPhone handsets.
LG has announced a new phone that will be available in the United States from Sprint and Boost Mobile. The Tribute Empire offers a simple design, removable battery, and will start at $59.99.
Sprint and HTC announced today that HTC will be making a 5G smart hub for the carrier. The announcement said little else, but the device will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem.
Sprint today announced Drive, a device that you can plug into your car to basically make it a smart device. You'll have Wi-Fi via Sprint's 4G LTE network, and it connects to an app for your phone.