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 Uncarrier has been working hard to rise to the top of American wireless carriers, and the results thus far have been rather promising.
T-Mobile is offering customers bringing the new Google Pixel 2 or Google Pixel 2 XL to their network a cash back offer of up to 50% the value of the device.
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.
AT&T and Samsung have released an ‘Active’ variant of the flagship Galaxy S device since the 2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. These devices have always been an AT&T exclusive. However, a recent report suggests that at least one other carrier is set to receive the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active.
Last week it was reported that US carriers Sprint and T-Mobile had entered “active talks” about a merger. We’ve been hearing about the possibility for a number of months, though Reuters points out that the two cell providers are inching closer to a deal that could happen sooner than we think.
T-Mobile and Sprint are thinking about a merger. This is not fresh news. It seems that every six months it gets reported that T-Mobile and Sprint are considering merging. It has been in negotiation for a few years, but no movement has really been made.