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FCC votes to approve T-Mobile and Sprint proposed merger

by Christine Torralba on Thursday, October 17, 2019

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has finally made its decision on the pending T-Mobile and Sprint merger. 

According to sources, the government agency has voted to approve the merger between the two carriers. 

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U.S. Cellular launching its 5G network in two states in 2020

by Christine Torralba on Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Throughout the year, the big four carriers in the country have concentrated their efforts on launching their own 5G networks. Now, it looks like U.S. Cellular is joining in on the party. 

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Samsung Galaxy Note10 is first smartphone to get Wi-Fi 6 Certification

by Christine Torralba on Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Samsung has just gained new recognition for its Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ devices. According to the Wi-Fi Alliance, the smartphone is the first to get certification for Wi-Fi 6, the latest standard in connected technology. 

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T-Mobile offering 30-day free hotspot test drive, launching eSIM support for postpaid users

by Christine Torralba on Wednesday, August 28, 2019

T-Mobile seems to be doing its best to entice customers to switch over to their network. For starters, the company has launched a free 30-day hotspot Test Drive offer exclusively for non-T-Mobile customers to experience their network. Another way the company is expanding eSIM support to its postpaid users.

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Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G to be sold by big four U.S. carriers

by Christine Torralba on Thursday, August 08, 2019

Earlier this week, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G was unveiled. It was introduced as the first smartphone to support sub-6 GHz FDD 5G for both T-Mobile and AT&T. 

 

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CBS channels no longer offered by AT&T

by Christine Torralba on Tuesday, July 23, 2019

AT&T and CBS are currently undergoing a dispute over TV channel broadcasting throughout the country. As the events unfold, each company have released their own side of the story on why the carrier is no longer offering any of the CBS-owned channels in its 17 markets. 

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Report: Verizon could launch three unlimited plans with 5G access

by Christine Torralba on Wednesday, July 03, 2019

There are reports that Verizon could be launching three new Unlimited plans real soon. If they don’t manage to launch these three plans, the reports suggest that Big Red could be rehashing its Unlimited plans. 

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AT&T launching Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on June 17

by Christine Torralba on Friday, June 14, 2019

AT&T will soon be offering the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone but there’s a catch. Upon launch, only business customers and developers can get their hands on the AT&T powered Galaxy S10 5G smartphone.

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Sprint’s 5G service now in four cities

by Christine Torralba on Thursday, May 30, 2019

Sprint is the latest US carrier to launch its 5G service in the country. The carrier joins the likes of Verizon and AT&T, who have launched their own networks this year.

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China Mobile does not stand well with the FCC’s decision

by Christine Torralba on Friday, May 10, 2019

Ajit Pai, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman, has long expressed his plans to reject China Mobile’s attempt to be a U.S. telecom provider. Acting on that promise, the agency has made a unanimous decision to deny the eight year old bid. The FCC’s reaction to the application was acted upon its concerns over national security.

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