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Verge 06/14/2019 07:00
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available on Sprint’s 5G network starting on June 21st , with preorders opening today. The 5G network launched last month in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and Kansas City, and will be coming to Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington, DC in the coming weeks. Full coverage information is available on Sprint’s 5G site . The Galaxy S10 5G joins the LG V50 and HTC 5G hub as Sprint’s first 5G devices. Sprint’s 5G network was not first to launch for consumers in the US, nor is it hitting the gigabit download speeds that Verizon’s network is capable of, but when we tried it for ourselves we found that it offered far more consistent speeds, and broader coverage than its competitor. Unlike... Contin.
Verge 05/30/2019 21:06
Reuters is reporting something rather intriguing and inexplicable on its face: Amazon is interested in buying the Boost Mobile MVNO network from T-Mobile and Sprint, reportedly so that Amazon can have access T-Mobile’s wireless network for a number of years and even purchase some of T-Mobile’s spectrum. Here are a few of the background facts that make this so intriguing:. T-Mobile doesn’t own Boost , and won’t even if its merger with T-Mobile is approved, because Sprint agreed to sell Boost as a condition of the deal . Since Boost runs on Sprint’s network, any new owner of Boost would get access to Sprint’s wireless network, not T-Mobile’s. Bloomberg recently reported that the Department of Justice doesn’t want the number of major...
Verge 05/29/2019 22:00
One of the pressing concerns about the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is that it would shrink the market of major US wireless carriers from four down to three. But according to a report from Bloomberg tonight , the Department of Justice might be pushing for a way to prevent that: apparently, the DoJ wants to see T-Mobile and Sprint “lay the groundwork” for an entirely new carrier to emerge as a condition of any potential approval of their merger. By the sounds of it, this would be a spun off mobile provider with its own network cobbled together from assets and spectrum that currently belong to T-Mobile and Sprint. Bloomberg doesn’t mention how receptive the two carriers are to this idea, nor does it detail how everything... Con.

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