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.
T-Mobile, the self-proclaimed “Un-carrier”, loves to offer deals on smartphones, and it is starting 2018 off with a pretty substantial one if you plan on switching over to the Magenta carrier.
Given enough time, a popular idea is going to be capitalized upon, especially by companies that have enough room in their portfolio to make it happen.
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.
Pre-orders for the iPhone X went live early this morning, and for folks who might have felt like they reserved an order in time to get a launch day delivery, but were met with shipping dates beyond that, some good news is trickling in.
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.
Ahead of the launch of the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE, Apple conceded that the smartwatch was impacted by a bug that would not let the device connect to the cellular network after handing off from a Wi-Fi network.