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AT&T’s fake 5G icon is now the subject of a Sprint lawsuit

AT&T’s fake 5G icon is now the subject of a Sprint lawsuit

Back in December, AT&T started rolling out "5G E" branding to some of the phones on its network. 5G E, as AT&T claims, stands for "5G Evolution," or the precursor to the nationwide 5G networks carriers are beginning to build out. There's just one problem: AT&T doesn't offer phones that support 5G yet, and what it brands as "5G E" is actually just 4G LTE Advanced.

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US officials pressure T-Mobile, Sprint parent companies to drop Huawei, too

US officials pressure T-Mobile, Sprint parent companies to drop Huawei, too

It would appear that the United States Government is putting pressure on Huawei not only inside the USA, but abroad as well. On concerns that the brand Huawei is a sort of spy for the Chinese state, the US Government effectively carpet-bombed Huawei out of North America - getting all major carriers to drop all Huawei brand products in the process. Now it would seem that the US government wants not only T-Mobile and Sprint to continue to avoid Huawei, it wants their parent companies to drop Huawei hardware as well.

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Sprint, HTC team to launch 5G mobile smart hub in early 2019

Sprint, HTC team to launch 5G mobile smart hub in early 2019

Sprint and HTC have teamed up to launch a 5G mobile smart hub, the companies have announced. The device won't be available until next year, but the companies have already teased some details, explaining that the device will be available to customers in the United States. The smart hub will be portable and will work with Sprint's upcoming 5G network.

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Sprint reveals CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE for students and business

Sprint reveals CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE for students and business

Sprint has teamed with CTL to launch the new CTL Chromebook NL7 LTE with support for the carrier's mobile network. The new model works with Google's G Suite for Education, offering on-the-go Internet access even in the absence of a WiFi network. Customers can get the Chromebook under a monthly device payment arrangement.

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Project Verify unveiled by major US carriers to eliminate app passwords

Project Verify unveiled by major US carriers to eliminate app passwords

The United States' four biggest wireless carriers -- Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile -- have teamed to launch Project Verify, a single sign-on service that reduces how many passwords someone needs. Project Verify is designed for smartphone users, existing to authenticate any apps that require logins so the user doesn't have to enter a unique password.

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Sprint Unlimited Premium plan offers 50GB hotspot data and Amazon Prime

Sprint Unlimited Premium plan offers 50GB hotspot data and Amazon Prime

Sprint is back with a new plan it describes as "VIP platinum-style." The new Unlimited Premium plan builds upon the carrier's two existing unlimited data options, this one including a greater mobile hotspot data allowance, the ability to stream videos in Full HD over 4G, global roaming, and more.

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No, you don’t want a first-gen 5G smartphone

No, you don’t want a first-gen 5G smartphone

5G smartphones are still months away, but the carriers are already shouting about their fresh new handsets. Sprint joined the 5G hype club today, announcing it’s working with LG on a special device to usher in its fifth-generation cellular network next year. It’s hot on the heels of the Moto Z3, a “5G Ready” phone you can buy today from Verizon… just not with any 5G hardware yet.

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LG and Sprint team on first 5G phone for 2019

LG and Sprint team on first 5G phone for 2019

LG and Sprint will make the carrier's first 5G smartphone, with the new handset expected to debut sometime in 2019. It follows Verizon announcing its first 5G-compatible phone, the Moto Z3, which went on sale this month but won't get its 5G support until next year.

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The big Note 9 deals on preorder day

The big Note 9 deals on preorder day

It's Galaxy Note 9 preorder day, and the carriers all have deals hoping to get you to put a brand new Samsung phablet into your pocket or purse. The new S Pen, bigger display, and huge battery don't come cheap, but with payment plans and some BOGO offers - along with a couple of Samsung bundles - the sting isn't quite as sharp as it could be. Read on for all the details.

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Sprint iPhone 8 for $8 deal offers model under lease for new lines

Sprint iPhone 8 for $8 deal offers model under lease for new lines

Sprint has a new device leasing deal for new and existing customers who want to open a new line. Starting today and running through August 9, the carrier is offering customers the opportunity to lease an iPhone 8 for $8/month under its Sprint Flex program. This is the company's latest online promotion, a great one for customers who want an iPhone and live somewhere with decent Sprint coverage.

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Sprint Unlimited plan split: Plus with Tidal, Basic with restrictions

Sprint Unlimited plan split: Plus with Tidal, Basic with restrictions

Sprint has split its Unlimited data plan into two new plans, one called Unlimited Basic and the other Unlimited Plus. The Unlimited Basic plan, as the name suggests, trims down what subscribers get, offering them video streaming on mobile data capped at 480p and only 500MB of LTE hotspot data. The company also has Unlimited plans for individuals aged 55+ and military.

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Sprint Unlimited Kickstart data plan is $15 a month and there’s no catch

Sprint Unlimited Kickstart data plan is $15 a month and there’s no catch

Sprint wants you to abandon your current carrier and switch to its unlimited plan. Why should you consider the transition? Because the company's latest promotion is offering unlimited data for $15/month, promising that there's no catch or unwanted surprises. This isn't quite as sweet as the totally free unlimited plan it offered earlier this year, but it's still an incredible deal.

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