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China News Service (China) 12/18/2018 20:31
Photo provided to China Daily) Huawei Technologies Co Ltd said on Tuesday it would spend $2 billion over the next five years on cybersecurity by recruiting more people and upgrading laboratories, as the Chinese technology major seeks to ease concerns about its telecom gear ...
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ARNnet (Australia) 12/18/2018 20:30
Other media reported that the country's three top operators planned not to use current equipment and upcoming 5G gear from Huawei, and that France was considering adding items to its "high-alert" list that tacitly targets Huawei.
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Campaigners blast BT over 'long-winded' ramble on strategy to tackle fat-cat pay.
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Android Central 12/18/2018 17:31
To its credit, AT&T is giving away the Netgear Nighthawk 5G hotspot and accompanying 5G service to "select businesses and consumers" for the next few months.
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Broadcasting & Cable 12/18/2018 16:20
Telecom is currently offering free access to ‘select businesses and consumers’ in 12 cities AT&T has announced the very limited deployment of 5G services in 12 cities.
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ITWire 12/18/2018 16:08
The go-ahead for the merger of the third and fourth biggest mobile networks in the US was expected after reports that both Deutsche Telekom, the majority owner of T-Mobile, and Sprint's majority owner, Japanese firm SoftBank, had agreed to exclude Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei as a supplier ...
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SiliconANGLE 12/18/2018 15:50
Users will have to buy a $499 mobile hotspot from AT&T to access the service since current smartphones and tablets aren’t compatible with 5G infrastructure.
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Fortune 12/18/2018 15:27
Wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile cleared a regulatory hurdle Tuesday on the way towards a proposed $26.5 billion merger.
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pocketnow.com 12/18/2018 14:20
T-Mobile announced today that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has cleared the company’s proposed merger with Sprint.
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These approvals assure the strong partnership both companies have with the US government will continue with the New T-Mobile," T-Mobile CEO John Legere said.
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SDxCentral 12/18/2018 13:34
Unlike Verizon and AT&T, T-Mobile US has said its initial mobile 5G service will tap into its 600 MHz spectrum assets that will provide a substantial coverage advantage compared with the mmWave spectrum.
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Droid Life 12/18/2018 13:33
T-Mobile expects to have its merger with Sprint completed during the first half of 2019.
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Android Police 12/18/2018 13:32
Update. 1. : 2018/12/18 10:38am PST. T-Mobile and WSJ confirm. While Huawei's Chief Financial Officer faces extradition to the United States over claims that the company avoided U.S. sanctions on Iran, Huawei might be facing another blow. According to Reuters, a U.S. security council is expected to approve the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint , on one condition — the combined carrier can't use networking equipment from Huawei. Several countries around the world have now banned (or are trying to ban) Huawei's networking equipment, among fears that they could enable a backdoor for the Chinese government to conduct surveillance. Read More. [Update: T-Mobile confirms approval] U.S. security panel reportedly approves T-Mobile/Sprint merger, as long as t.
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HotHardware.com 12/18/2018 13:12
Three prepaid plans work with eSIM activation including T-Mobile One with unlimited voice, text, and data for $70 for 30 days of coverage.
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Boy Genius Report (BGR) 12/18/2018 13:05
Verizon also confirmed a few weeks ago that it’s working with Samsung on a 5G device.
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GeekWire 12/18/2018 12:44
T-Mobile CEO John Legere poses with Spring CEO Marcelo Claure before a Senate subcommittee hearing.
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TalkAndroid 12/18/2018 12:35
AT&T does say that despite the limited scope of the initial launch, the company has plans to quickly ramp up the service during 2019.
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