Earlier this year, T-Mobile made news by offering a free Netflix subscription for some of its wireless customers.
Over the weekend, T-Mobile and Sprint announced that plans for their merger have come to an end. Both companies failed to reach “mutually agreeable terms” which eventually led to the whole merger being called off.
For weeks reports have been hinting at a final decision regarding an oft-rumored T-Mobile and Sprint merger.
The iPhone X is set to go up for pre-order on Friday, October 27. To get people even more interested in the flagship smartphone, Sprint has a launch promo to entice early adopters.
One of the more consistent rumors in the wireless industry is a potential merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, cropping up every once in a while to stir the pot.
Back in September, a report outlined T-Mobile and Sprint may have finally jumped a few final hurdles to get closer to an actual merger.
While there have been on and off rumors of T-Mobile and Sprint merging in the US, a new Reuters report today claims that both parties are “close to agreeing” to the final terms of the deal. Sprint’s parent company, SoftBank, would own 40 to 50 percent of the merged company, with T-Mobile’s parent company — Deutsche Telecom — retaining the majority stake.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are set to launch at carriers in the United States (and in some other countries) on Friday, September 22.
Apple was happy to announce that the third-generation Apple Watch would host more than a few changes by way of watchOS 4 but that the upcoming wearable would keep mostly the same design cues in place.
Wireless carriers brag about data speeds and network availability all the time, so independent reports from the likes of Ookla, who hosts the popular SpeedTest service, are important and praise worthy (when a carrier earns top marks).