Dish Network’s 5G ambitions are off to an ignominious start, with the company losing hundreds of thousands of phone customers, while still promising a major 5G expansion.
T-Mobile is expending its shutdown date for Sprint’s CDMA network, giving devices reliant on it a brief lease on life.
T-Mobile’s 5G network has received a major endorsement, with KeyBanc Capital Markets upgrading the stock as a result of its “best-in-class 5G network.”
Dish Network reported its fourth-quarter results, and the numbers weren’t pretty as the company races to deploy its 5G network.
T-Mobile has announced it will delay the planned shutdown of Sprint’s CDMA network by three months.
Dish Network’s Boost Mobile has announced the Celero5G, its own 5G device aimed at helping customers maximize their experience.
Dish Network has selected 10x People, LLC to manage its 5G phone number inventory as the company builds out its 5G network.
Deutsche Telekom is continuing its goal of direct control over T-Mobile US, increasing its stake in the carrier by 5.3%.
In addition to leading its rivals in 5G, T-Mobile also has the most diverse workforce among the major US carriers.
Dish Network has announced its upcoming 5G network will be available in beta at the end of September.
T-Mobile has confirmed it will shut down Sprint’s LTE network, as the magenta carrier continues to absorb Sprint’s customers.
T-Mobile continued its assent in the US wireless industry, turning in a record-breaking Q2 and raising guidance across the board.
Dish Network is gearing up to launch its 5G network, launching a website to inform users when it’s available.
T-Mobile has reported its quarterly results, beating analysts’ estimates and reporting strong subscriber growth.
Dish Network and AWS have announced a partnership, the first of its kind in the telecom industry, with Dish using AWS for its 5G deployment.
Dish Network has announced a deal to acquire Republic Wireless as the company moves to become the nation’s fourth wireless carrier.
Dish Network has signed seven new wireless tower deals, as it moves ahead to become the fourth largest carrier in the US.
T-Mobile and the Federal Communications Commission have reached a $200 million agreement over Sprint’s Lifeline abuses.