Tag Archive: Sprint


The OnePlus 6 doesn’t work on Verizon or Sprint

It’s AT&T and T-Mobile only if you’re in the States.

It should come as no surprise to long-time OnePlus users, but the company’s newest phone, the OnePlus 6, doesn’t work on the largest U.S. carrier, Verizon, nor the fourth largest, Sprint. That’s despite technically supporting most, but not all, of the wireless bands a phone typically needs to run on those networks.

Given that no OnePlus phone — nor most “unlocked for the world” phones — have  [Read More…]

Tello review: An in-depth look at the Sprint MVNO

There are a few Sprint MVNOs available to customers. In this review, we take a look at Tello, a carrier you may know little about. Is Tello the right carrier for you? Read the review and decide.

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T-Mobile and Sprint Merger FAQ: The good, the bad, and the ugly

This move affects millions of customers and we have a lot of questions.

It appears that T-Mobile and Sprint will become one company under the T-Mobile name if regulators approve the pending merger. We heard rumors of this happening renewed recently, and T-Mobile CEO John Legere and Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure held a joint Sunday press call to announce their intent. You can find our take on all the news right here.

It’s going to be a  [Read More…]

Question of the Week: How do you feel about the T-Mobile and Sprint merger?

T-mobile and Sprint have agreed on a merger and will become one, giant wireless carrier. It means one less player in the space, but it also means we get another major provider to compete with Verizon and AT&T. We want to know: what do you think of the deal?

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What do you think about the T-Mobile + Sprint merger?

T-Mobile says this will be good for consumers, but is that true?

On Sunday, April 29, 2018, T-Mobile and Sprint announced that they had finally come to agreeable terms and will be joining forces as a single company. Rumors regarding a merger between these two carriers have been floating around for years, but no one thought it would ever happen.

Now that we’re officially living in a T-Mobile + Sprint world, the wireless industry in the United  [Read More…]

The T-Mobile / Sprint merger could be great for consumers, but it probably won’t be

Enjoy it while it lasts.

Corporate mergers promise many upsides to shareholders and customers — that’s why consolidation happens. Those efficiencies include streamlined operations, the need for fewer employees, infrastructure improvements, better customer service, job creation, and, in some cases, lower costs for consumers.

In reality, though, it’s nearly impossible to check all of those boxes at once: lower prices may stem from internal efficiencies, but they often come with job losses or a reining in of  [Read More…]

Watch: T-Mobile and Sprint make the case for a combined company

The CEOs of T-Mobile and Sprint sit down to explain why a combined company is a win for consumers. Click here to watch the video and tell us what you think.

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Breaking: Sprint, T-Mobile boards approve merger

The boards of both Sprint and T-Mobile have approved a merger. The deal now moves to federal regulators before being approved. Click here for all the details.

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T-Mobile and Sprint are merging for $26.5 billion: Here are the details

T-Mobile and Sprint are coming together in a $ 26.5 billion mega-merger that’s all about 5G.

The rumors and speculation swirling for years are fomenting into a dust cloud of money. T-Mobile and Sprint, the third and fourth-largest carriers in the U.S., respectively, are poised to form a single entity in a $ 26.5 billion merger that would put the united company in a close third position behind AT&T with just over 70 million subscribers.

The companies announced  [Read More…]

What does a potential T-Mobile / Sprint merger mean for wireless users?

Why do these two companies want to hook-up so badly, and what would it mean for us?

Sprint and T-Mobile are back at it again. The two companies are said to be working on a way to find the common ground that lets them merge after two failed sets of talks. The most recent failure came after Softbank, Sprint’s parent company, had concerns about relinquishing control. While many say that the downsides of any merging of the  [Read More…]