With its SA 5G network, T-Mobile US has expanded its 5G footprint to an additional 2,000 cities and towns T-Mobile US has achieved the next level
Carter will continue to serve T-Mobile as a strategic advisor through the end of this year Peter Osvaldik will be taking over the position of CFO
The New T-Mobile 5G layer cake strategy appears to be working The multi-billion dollar T-Mobile US and Sprint merger closed on April 1, and a few
Executives lay out business, network strategies post T-Mobile, Sprint merger Coming off a protracted but now-closed merger with Sprint and a decent Q1, T-Mobile executives this
T-Mobile President of Technology provides post-merger update on network integration The $26.5 billion merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint closed April 1 and this week President
Mike Sievert replaces John Legere as CEO of the combined T-Mobile It’s official: Sprint is no more, and the New T-Mobile is here. T-Mobile US CEO
CEO John Legere ties T-Mobile US, Sprint merger to COVID-19 In a press release issued Thursday morning, T-Mobile US CEO John Legere, who is set to
The T-Mobile, Sprint merger dragged on for far too long. Congratulations to both for finally getting it done. So, what’s next? What can we expect?
Part 5: Dish’s ambitions and how they played into the merger approval The merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint recently cleared what was widely seen as
Greetings from Atlanta, GA (Dwarf House, a.k.a. the Original Chick-fil-A restaurant pictured), and Charlotte, NC. This week’s issue will be entirely devoted to the implications
T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray to become president of technology; CFO Braxton Carter extends contract No, John Legere is not leaving T-Mobile US to take on the
Sprint and T-Mobile US will stay put until at least 2030 timeframe With the Department of Justice recently giving Sprint and T-Mobile US the go ahead
Four additional states have joined the ten attorney general which are suing in federal court to block the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile US.
A group of state attorneys general are suing to block the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile US, taking the merger to the courts even