5G may be the next major evolution of wireless technology, but roughly half of users are still turning it off.
Dish Network has reach an agreement for AT&T to provide network coverage to its customers for the next ten years, at the cost of $5 billion.
Verizon is working hard to migrate its customer base to 5G, with its biggest “5G upgrade campaign ever.”
T-Mobile has announced it is joining the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, to provide low-cost broadband.
Verizon reported its first-quarter results, citing a strong start to the year despite reporting 178,000 phone net losses.
Nokia has announced it is cutting 10,000 jobs worldwide, with plans to use the savings to help fund its 5G growth.
Apple has announced it is investing 1 billion euros to make Munich its European Silicon Design Center for 5G and future wireless technology research.
Dish Network has announced a deal to acquire Republic Wireless as the company moves to become the nation’s fourth wireless carrier.
Verizon has undercut its own 5G push, telling users to turn off 5G to conserve battery life.