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You can use these credit cards immediately after you are approved for them

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Sometimes you just want access to credit right away, but most credit cards do not offer the ability to use them until you receive the physical card  [Read More…]

The T-Mobile Sprint merger is approved and is finally going ahead

What you need to know Federal judge set to approve T-Mobile / Sprint merger. The ruling comes after more than a dozen states sued to block the merger. The new T-Mobile would have more than 100 million customers when combined.

After nearly two years in regulatory limbo, a federal judge is slated to approve the T-Mobile / Sprint merger, overturning state-level lawsuits that were separately filed in June 2019 and setting the stage for the largest telecommunications merger  [Read More…]

The T-Mobile and Sprint merger has been approved by the FCC

The merger was first announced in April 2018.

What you need to know The FCC voted to approve the T-Mobile and Sprint merger on October 16, 2019. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has previously expressed his approval of the merger. Even so, the companies can’t fully merge until it closes an ongoing lawsuit.

Back in 2018, T-Mobile and Sprint made the historic announcement that the two companies were looking to merge with one another to form a single,  [Read More…]

T-Mobile and Sprint may have to set up a new carrier to get merger approved

U.S. Justice Department wants T-Mobile and Sprint to create a new national carrier with its own infrastructure.

What you need to know U.S. DOJ officials want T-Mobile and Sprint to create a new national carrier to get their $ 26.5 billion merger approved. The new network cannot be an MVNO — it has to be a full-fledged network with its own infrastructure. Essentially, the DOJ wants four national carriers even after the merger goes through.

The FCC  [Read More…]

DOJ says T-Mobile and Sprint merger ‘unlikely’ to be approved

The $ 26 billion deal could be in trouble.

We’ve been talking about the T-Mobile and Sprint merger for a while now, and about a year since it was initially announced, it looks like it could be in trouble. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Department of Justice isn’t so keen on the impending merger.

The report reads:

Justice Department staffers have told T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. that their planned merger is unlikely to  [Read More…]

How to manually enable Daydream on phones Google has not approved

How do I install Daydream on my phone?

Google’s philosophy with their newest VR platform is simple. In order to offer the best possible experience in Daydream, there needs to be a minimum list of requirements met. The phone must be capable of delivering two video streams at 60fps with no stutter, and when you turn your head inside a Daydream headset there should be as little motion blur as possible. Unfortunately that means no matter how  [Read More…]

How to manually enable Daydream on phones Google has not approved

How do I install Daydream on my phone?

Google’s philosophy with their newest VR platform is simple. In order to offer the best possible experience in Daydream, there needs to be a minimum list of requirements met. The phone must be capable of delivering two video streams at 60fps with no stutter, and when you turn your head inside a Daydream headset there should be as little motion blur as possible. Unfortunately that means no matter how  [Read More…]

Higher prices and lower data caps will come for Manitobans if Bell-MTS deal is approved

The battle for the future of Canadian wireless is taking place in the Prairies.

Manitoban consumers see higher prices in their future if regulators approve a $ 3.9 billion deal for BCE Inc to purchase Manitoba Telecom Services Inc.

This is according to a survey done on behalf of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the Consumers’ Association of Canada, who polled over 1000 Manitoba citizens last week. Of those surveyed, nearly 70 percent were current  [Read More…]

T-Mobile Nexus 6 Marshmallow update approved, rollout commencing ‘soon’

T-Mobile’s Des Smith shared on Twitter that the Marshmallow update for the Nexus 6 has been approved, and that it will be rolled out shortly.

Facebook’s $19 billion deal to buy WhatsApp is approved by the EU

Facebook has received approval from the European Union for its $ 19 billion purchase of WhatsApp. The main concern over the deal in Europe was that the deal would harm communication in the telecom market. The European Commission said that the acquisition would not impede competition, according to Re/code: