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Due to the recent ban by the current administration, Google has suspended business operations with Huawei effectively immediately. A move that will have a dramatic impact on Huawei devices across the globe. With this move, Huawei has lost access to the Android OS and Google. In addition, Intel and Qualcomm joined Google in cutting off business with Huawei. Read more…

UPDATED – 5/20 – 10:31 – The divestiture has been confirmed by the FCC UPDATE -5/20 10:08 am – NWIDA has heard from a Sprint employee that they have been told Boost is being spun off. We are trying to get a copy of the memo. ************************** According to a Bloomberg report (link below) T-Mobile and Sprint are planning Read more…

As previously reported Sprint (and it’s prepaid brands and MVNOs) can no longer activate, or make changes to, any CDMA only handsets. Almost. NWIDA has spoken to a few MVNOs who have “pre-activated” and “frozen” a limited number of CDMA handsets, and will continue to sell them until the current supply is exhausted. But, outside of that Read more…

Sprint has set the End of Life for CDMA (for MVNOs too) NWIDA has been able to confirm with numerous Sprint MVNOs, that MAY 1 is the end of life date for all CDMA activations. Verizon declared their date months ago (story here) but this is the first time we’ve been able to confirm with multiple MVNOs. Of course, Read more…

According to an article in The Verge (link below), Sprint & AT&T have settled their lawsuit over AT&T’s “5G E” Logo. We have amicably settled this matter,” said an AT&T spokesperson. Anonymous sources have said that AT&T would keep using “5G E” in its marketing material. AT&T and Sprint also confirmed its statement to The Verge. Both companies Read more…

Has the very rationale for the T-Mobile merger has come under scrutiny? Well, yes, according to an opinion piece on The Hill (link below). Adonis Hoffman, the author states: the “very rationale for the merger has come under scrutiny. Arguments suggesting a loss of jobs have been picked up by labor groups.” Questions surrounding high-speed rural access Read more…

(Link to full story at Prepaid Phone News below) Originally slated for a 5G launch next week, Verizon announced its 5G mobile service has been officially deployed in sections of Chicago and Minneapolis. These two areas are among the 30 cities the carrier has announced will get 5G wireless network capability this year. Today’s launch uses “real” Read more…

$10.00 – that’s what Verizon says it will charge customers (per month, per smartphone) for the next generation of wireless networks. 5G service, expected to launch in downtown Chicago and Minneapolis on April 11, will be limited to customers with unlimited plans and compatible devices. Eventually, Verizon wants to launch 5G in more than 30 cities during Read more…

According to a recent article (link below), Sprint has filed suit against AT&T over the 5G E label.  What started out on Android phones has now rolled over to some iPhones, and, Sprint has had enough.  They claim that AT&T is misleading customers to think that they have access to some kind of 5G wireless AT&T is calling Read more…

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