Dish Network has announced a deal to acquire Republic Wireless as the company moves to become the nation’s fourth wireless carrier.
After months of exploring a potential sale of DirecTV, AT&T has decided to spin off the satellite TV service.
Dish Network has signed seven new wireless tower deals, as it moves ahead to become the fourth largest carrier in the US.
AT&T is reportedly fielding offers to sell its DirecTV satellite service, as the service shrinks due to the rise of streaming options.
Dish Network has selected Intel for its 5G rollout, as the satellite company works to be the fourth nationwide carrier.
Dish Network has chosen Nokia for its 5G core network software as the satellite company rolls out its wireless network.
AT&T is said to be pursuing a sale of DirecTV as the satellite TV service has lost ground against streaming services.
Dish Network is preparing to close the deal with T-Mobile to take Boost Mobile off of its hands, making it the fourth nationwide carrier.
Analysts are concerned that Dish Network may not be able to fully establish a standalone wireless network for $10 billion.
According to FierceWireless, Sprint is finally killing off Virgin Mobile and moving its customers to Boost Mobile. Virginia Mobile was founded in 2001 as a joint venture between Sprint and Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, before Sprint became sole owner…