Some rumors, if you say them enough, might eventually come true. And that is indeed the case today, as T-Mobile and Sprint have made a groundbreaking announcement on Sunday afternoon.
Take a quick trip back to November of last year, when we heard that T-Mobile and Sprint had officially called off their talks surrounding a potential merger between the two carriers.
Since the year 2014, there have been consistent rumors and reports that T-Mobile and Sprint will merge, but the two companies have yet to actually go through with it.
OpenSignal has a methodology in place to test all of the major wireless networks in the United States, all in an effort to see how they compare to one another for the customers.
Sprint seems to be working on bringing Calling Plus support on the iPhone X and iPhone 8. Dubbed Calling Plus, the feature allows one to make calls whilst also being able to use data.
If you are under the Sprint network’s banner and have not picked up a new iPhone yet, a new offer may be worth a look.
There are plenty of music streaming services out there to choose from, and Tidal is one of them, with the focus being on audio quality.
Apple recently launched iOS 11.2 to the public, and while it was meant to not only add features, but also fix some issues, it looks like it might be causing more issues for some users.
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.