On the heels of some rumors, Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Active will soon make way to T-Mobile and Sprint in the US.
Over the weekend, we posted a poll regarding whether you still care about the T-Mobile and Sprint carrier merger. We explained the whole history behind the possibility, that the two have gone back and forth in their negotiations and that we had doubts that the merger would ever happen. You don’t need to care anymore, because T-Mobile and Sprint have come to a mutual decision not to merge.
A controversial topic in the news lately has been the possibility of a carrier merge in the United States. The two participating carriers would be T-Mobile and Sprint, America’s third and fourth largest network carriers respectively. Are you rooting for the two to make an agreement, or are you against the pair making a deal? Consider this when making your choice.
The carrier merger between T-Mobile and Sprint that was a possibility got shut down by Softbank, Sprint parent, just the other day. However, according to a new report that has come in just this morning, T-Mobile has sent another offer to Sprint in hope for a compromise.
Remember the Sprint and T-Mobile merger? Of course you do. It has been in the news for more than a year, and we’ve reported on the situation many times over the last several weeks at Droid Turf. Well, the latest word is not so good if you were hoping this would be announced in November as expected.
The LG V30 has been unveiled as the standard smartphone of the two LG unveiled at the end of August. But the LG V30 Plus (known formally as the LG V30+) was considered to be the more exciting of the two V30 models.
According to a new report, the T-Mobile-Sprint merger could happen very soon. The two network carrier giants are reportedly in the “final stages” of working out a deal.
BayStreet Research, an industry analyst, has estimated Sprint to have sold just 5,000 units of the Essential PH-1 smartphone since it launched in September.