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PhoneArena 02/21/2019 17:51
The only requirement is that you add a new line with Sprint Flex lease, and you'll get $14.45/month credit applied within two bills.
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GeekWire 02/21/2019 13:00
Trump calls for ‘5G and even 6G’ wireless tech as T-Mobile and Sprint seek merger approval – GeekWire.
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Sprint Sprint is also offering the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ at prices of $749, $899 and $999 respectively.
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PR Newswire 02/20/2019 15:30
Bringing the Galaxy to Sprint's 5G Portfolio In addition, today's announcement of Samsung Galaxy S10 5G offered details on the innovative, standards-based 5G Samsung smartphone planned for Sprint customers this summer.
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Despite challenges and a protracted regulatory process on T-Mobile-Sprint merger, proposed in April 2018, prospects of thousands of new jobs and better 5G wireless service are on offer.
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TechDirt 02/20/2019 09:24
A lot of the lawmakers (on both sides of the aisle) have bought into Sprint and T-Mobile's post-merger competition claims not really understanding this, and they probably should.
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Motley Fool 02/19/2019 18:15
The lawsuit says: "It harms consumers by holding out AT&T's services as more technologically advanced than Sprint's and enticing consumers to switch wireless service providers (or remain AT&T subscribers) under false pretenses.
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VentureBeat 02/19/2019 11:58
With regulatory approvals taking longer than expected, T-Mobile hopes consumers will contact the FCC to support its Sprint merger and get faster 5G service.
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Seeking Alpha 02/19/2019 11:20
Marcelo Claure said, “Sprint would need as much as $25 billion to build a 5G network as a standalone company.
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Android Police 02/18/2019 17:04
A leaked photo of the Sprint V50 from Evan Blass reveals that the phone will have 5G capabilities, and given the giant yellow logo on the back, it isn't shy about it.
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Droid Life 02/18/2019 11:56
As for the 5G connectivity, this news dates all the way back to last August, when both companies (LG and Sprint) partnered and said they’d launch the first mobile 5G smartphone in the US.
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RCR Wireless 02/18/2019 10:15
Sprint’s initial work focused on seven network functions: serving gateway, packet gateway, deep packet inspection, child protection filtering, carrier-grade network address translation, static firewall and service function chaining classification.
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TalkAndroid 02/18/2019 08:45
Well, the V50 ThinQ, with its 5G connectivity, is headed to Sprint in the coming months.
More from TalkAndroid: 02/16/2019 12:15
Days after the LG G8 ThinQ was revealed by a leak , the LG V50 ThinQ has leaked out as well. A new render that shows Sprint's LG V50 ThinQ has surfaced. In the image shared by Evan Blass , we can see a trio of cameras along with a flash and fingerprint reader on the back of the phone, and around front there appears to be two more cameras in a notch. Also of note is the 5G branding on both the screen and and the back of the device. Sprint has said that it's working with LG to launch a 5G smartphone in the first half of 2019, so it's likely that this LG V50 ThinQ is the device that Sprint was referring to. We'll likely be officially introduced to this device at MWC later this month, as LG has confirmed that it'll announce a 5G smartphone at t.
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As for the Sprint part of the equation, the partnership between the two parties was announced all the way back in August 2018 and its intent was clear - to have the beginnings of an operational 5G network in the US and bring a 5G LG phone to market to go along with it ...
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Sprint promised in August of last year that its first 5G smartphone will be built by LG Electronics, set to arrive in the first half of 2019.
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