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T-Mobile Sprint coverage merge: Has your service changed?

T-Mobile Sprint coverage merge: Has your service changed?

T-Mobile USA and Sprint received approval for their merger after months of negotiations and legal hurdles, now they're combining their companies in practice. It's now been several weeks since the merger was closed officially, and today T-Mobile USA enumerated the ways in which the two companies are providing services to one-another's customers out in the wild. This begins with "broad and deep 5G" in parts of Philadelphia.

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iPhone SE so-called “free” deal at T-Mobile, Sprint pricing revealed

iPhone SE so-called “free” deal at T-Mobile, Sprint pricing revealed

The iPhone SE was given a release date and pricing at T-Mobile USA and Sprint today - both, though the two will effectively be one from this point on, in several key ways. You'll still be buying the iPhone SE from T-Mobile USA OR Sprint, even though they're basically one company on the business end. If you're going to buy an iPhone SE from T-Mobile USA, you'll find several different versions out there with one-time-pricing or 24-month pricing with T-Mobile's no-interest Equipment Installment Plan.

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Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020) on T-Mobile gets a later shipping date

Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020) on T-Mobile gets a later shipping date

Thanks to the frightening prospect of being bored at home, the number of purchases of entertainment devices, from gaming consoles to tablets, have surged recently. This is definitely an opportune time for Amazon Apple whose Kindle readers, Fire tablets, and iPads have become synonymous with digital content consumption. Not one to be left out, Samsung is also pushing its own affordable Galaxy Tab A slate forward but it might come a little too late for T-Mobile customers.

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T-Mobile is giving some customers a year of free Quibi access

T-Mobile is giving some customers a year of free Quibi access

T-Mobile has announced a new deal with Quibi that will allow some of its mobile subscribers to get a year of the streaming video service for free. This new deal is similar to T-Mobile's existing 'Netflix on Us' promotion, which offers Magenta plan subscribers a free year of Netflix service as part of their mobile plan. Going forward, subscribers will need to choose between Netflix and Quibi.

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T-Mobile Sprint merger is complete: Here’s what to expect next

T-Mobile Sprint merger is complete: Here’s what to expect next

The T-Mobile merger with Sprint is complete, leaving John Legere has a lot more free time on his hands and subscribers awaiting the promised huge increase in 5G coverage. It brings to an end a protracted period of regulatory attention, controversy among consumer rights advocates, and big boasts from T-Mobile itself.

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T-Mobile taps YouTube to offer special free Premium perk

T-Mobile taps YouTube to offer special free Premium perk

T-Mobile has teamed up with YouTube to offer its customers free access to the YouTube Premium service for two months, the carrier announced on Monday. With this, certain T-Mobile subscribers can get access to the YouTube Premium service for free, meaning they'll be able to watch videos without advertisements, download content for offline access, and more.

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T-Mobile $15/mo plan launches early over coronavirus

T-Mobile $15/mo plan launches early over coronavirus

T-Mobile has pulled forward the launch of its cheapest smartphone plan, slicing months off the timeline to offer $15 per month service. The launch - which also sees a new Metro by T-Mobile plan arriving - comes as many Americans find themselves working from home, furloughed, or unemployed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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LG V60 ThinQ 5G carrier deals confirmed: Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T

LG V60 ThinQ 5G carrier deals confirmed: Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T

The LG V60 ThinQ 5G has landed on US carriers, and the deals are impressive if you're looking for high-speed connectivity and some dual-screen action. Announced last month, the Android smartphone may be LG's 2020 flagship but it's not really priced that way, and the good news is that on some carriers the second screen attachment comes as standard.

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T-Mobile customers will get MLB.tv for free starting next month

T-Mobile customers will get MLB.tv for free starting next month

As part of its T-Mobile Tuesdays perks, the wireless carrier has announced that it will give its subscribers a full season of access to MLB.tv for free. The new perk will go live next month, according to a tweet from T-Mobile. Baseball fans will get access to the streaming service for a regular full season, enabling them to watch games on their phones, set-top boxes, and more.

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5G in the USA made simple: Sub-6 vs mmWave

5G in the USA made simple: Sub-6 vs mmWave

Today we're using the Galaxy S20 as a key example in explaining 5G in the USA. We'll be exploring the two main varieties of what's considered 5G mobile data as well as the coverage you can get with carriers in the USA today - and in the near future. This article acts as guide for the most major roll-out of 5G data in the USA, here in the year 2020.

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T-Mobile and Sprint merger approved by federal judge, 5G in the wings

T-Mobile and Sprint merger approved by federal judge, 5G in the wings

T-Mobile and Sprint are one step closer to becoming one company today after a federal judge ruled in favor of their proposed merger. Though this was an encouraging ruling for the executives at both T-Mobile and Sprint, they aren't out of the woods yet, as the California Public Utilities Commission still needs to approve the merger before it becomes a done deal.

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T-Mobile and Sprint merger might clear last legal hurdle this week

T-Mobile and Sprint merger might clear last legal hurdle this week

It has been a little over two years in the making but the two companies' ordeal might finally be over. Whether or not the merger of two of the US' biggest wireless carriers is still left to be seen but, as far as the federal government is concerned, there might no longer be any legal impediment to Sprint and T-Mobile's merger. That is the favorable decision that a federal judge is expected to give though it doesn't indicate what other concessions the companies had to make to get that.

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