Fixed wireless at mmWave lays the foundation for mobile 5G and opens up the residential broadband segment Throughout the standardization process, 5G was boiled down to
T-Mo CEO calls “bullshit” on 5Ge T-Mobile US executives, speaking today on an earnings call, reiterated the importance of the operator’s 600 MHz spectrum portfolio to
If the proposed merger isn’t anticompetitive, why make that promise, analyst wonders After the $26 billion proposed merger between T-Mobile US and Sprint was stalled due
Ahead of the Super Bowl, T-Mobile US sent out a delightfully ambiguous press release titled “T-Mobile Announces They’re Gonna Announce Something.” What could it be?
The study, carried out by T-Mobile and HarrisX, also revealed that 57% of Americans say they are aware of 5G Some 64% of Americans believe 5G
The U.S. government said companies doing business with Iran will be barred from making deals with American firms German telecom operator Deutsche Telekom (DT) has halted
Components for T-Mobile US’ DAS were installed at six MetroLink stations to boost cellular signals in tunnels in downtown St. Louis Metropolitan St. Louis Transit Agency
JAM Wireless said it has installed its TEKO DAS in collaboration with system integrator Multipath Communications Group U.S provider of wireless communications solutions JMA Wireless has
Sprint and T-Mobile US recently filed their application with the FCC for approval to merge. In that application, they both state they are in a
Recently, Sprint and T-Mobile confirmed their merger. Back when the possibility of such a consolidation was announced, there was a lot of speculation about what
Why Sprint’s losses may be a multi-year tax gift for new T-Mobile. Sprint Corp.’s losses may make for an advantageous tax situation if and when the
T-Mobile USA executives said something intriguing last week. They said they would consider the use of fixed wireless if the merger with Sprint is approved.
Big news over the weekend for the wireless communications industry, as T-Mobile and Sprint announce a decision to merge — but essentially T-Mobile is buying
Congratulations to John Legere CEO of T-Mobile, Marcelo Claure CEO of Sprint and Masayoshi Son, Chairman of Softbank and of course Deutsche Telekom on finally
T-Mobile, Sprint have agreed to merge into a $146 billion company to compete with AT&T, Verizon in 5G. Next stop, regulatory. Sprint and T-Mobile announced today