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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the chances of getting a new affordable foldable smartphone from Samsung, Apple Watch upgrades and more
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about Huawei's new OS that could be up to 60% faster than Android, more Google Pixel 4 renders and more.
The CEO of T-Mobile is slamming the price hike Verizon customers will have to take to access its 5G network. Sprint and T-Mobile customers won't pay more.
If Sprint and T-Mobile are allowed to merge, prospective CEO John Legere would allow smaller carriers to use its network at current rates forever.
The commission's regulatory review process for the combination between the third- and fourth-largest carriers in the nation will run through the spring.
T-Mobile has reportedly spent 52 nights at the Trump International Hotel in Washington while hashing out the merger with lawyers and regulators.
The carriers had few allies on Capitol Hill today as many representatives and working groups have decried the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile.
The company basically pledges all the plans that are available right now on Sprint, T-Mobile or their subsidiaries will still exist for 3 years.
Could the government shutdown delay the launch of the Galaxy S10 as well as a review of the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile?
The Un-carrier says it doesn't have the "time and resources" to brag about having Samsung's first 5G smartphone. Because that's "BS."
The Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States has approved the deal and so have a few other government agencies. But it waits on the FCC.
Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank are reportedly promising to US regulators that they will get rid of Huawei equipment on all of their networks.
T-Mobile and Sprint are already looking for alternatives in Nokia and Ericsson to replace Huawei devices in order to get approval for their merger
The nation's fourth- and third-largest carriers have been preparing to merge for the past several months. Several more and it could happen.
As the perceived odds go up, stakeholders who are at risk from the impacts of a merger are staking their positions at the FCC.
Sprint and T-Mobile want to merge. They may not be large enough to pose problems in and of themselves, but their prepaid properties might be.
Its network coverage hasn't ever really wowed, but Sprint's latest LTE maps may look quite distressing to its customers. So, why trot them out?
Some networking features will make using iPhones on this prepaid carrier a little more fresh like calls over LTE or Wi-Fi and texting on Wi-Fi.
We also learn that Sprint and T-Mobile are not willing to reliquinsh any of their spectrum or their prepaid carriers to move forward with the merger.
The telecoms regulator has put a pause on the public comment period to review more documents sent in, mostly from T-Mobile.
The Un-carrier is promoting the deal as part of its commitment to unrelenting network advancement and a good reason why it shold merge with Sprint.
The European Commission granted its approval for the Apple-Shazam deal, after concluding its in-depth investigation into the matter.
The labor group claims that many stores will have to close under the combined company and that administrative jobs will be made redundant.