Senate Judiciary Committee Hears From CEO’s Of Sprint And T-Mobile On Their Merger

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T-Mobile introduced its plans for a 5G rollout yesterday, promising to launch “nationwide” service on December sixth. It’s a lot wider protection than both AT&T or Verizon has promised, thanks largely to T-Mobile’s use of the 600MHz spectrum it licenses. But regardless that T-Mobile seems to be doing higher with 5G, there are nonetheless necessary caveats. We must see it really examined for pace and protection, for one factor. For one other, it’s solely out there on two pretty costly telephones: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G and the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G.

In some methods, nonetheless, this announcement and even this deployment is a publicity stunt meant to drum up help for the merger with Sprint. T-Mobile has handed just about each regulatory…

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