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It appears Dish is planning to launch a “2nd 5G network” (kind of) – before the first one is completed. Named Boost Infinite, the service is looking to compete with the other major carriers, with an unlimited plan at a “competitive price”. The service will be nationwide, using the networks of Dish, AT&T and T-Mobile, a Dish Read more…

H20, the MVNO on the AT&T network, has revamped their rate plans – and they’re quite interesting! Monthly Cost Talk & Text Data $5.00 Unlimited None $8.33 Unlimited 1GB $12.50 Unlimited 3GB $25.00 Unlimited 10GB All the rate plans “include” 12 months of service (or in other words, they’re billed annually) – but even so. those are Read more…

According to an article on Fierce Wireless (link below), Boost Mobile has begun offering a plan for $25/month – for life. Boost claims it’s a direct shot yet at the Big 3 carriers’ prices. It’s not a promotional offer and it’s not part of any family plan commitment. The company says it will stay at $25, for Read more…

T-Mobile has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit related to its most recent cyberattack. The settlement is for $350 million, and a promise to spend an additional $150 million on data security and related technology over the next two years. The settlement is subject to court approval. T-Mobile added the settlement included no admission of liability, wrongdoing Read more…

Cable operator Cox Communications is ready to join the other cable companies and launch its MVNO – per a report in Mobile World Live (link below.) Cox told Mobile World Live they plan to roll out 3 pilots: Hampton Roads, Virginia; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Omaha, Nebraska. When asked which network the MVNO would be on, the representative said Read more…

As we’ve mentioned before (see here and here) the (now) Verizon owned Tracfone and it’s multiple brands have begun the move off non-big-red networks. We’ve said from the first day that “job 1” was for Verizon to stop paying AT&T and T-Mobile for what’s now their customers. We caught the following on an industry Facebook post. It’s Read more…

**updated 6/28**We’re hearing Total Wireless is looking to open large amounts of new doors by 2025. They want to “start fresh” so they terminated all (or nearly all) of their current dealers to do so. (As one industry veteran told us “one step back, two steps up”.) **original post starts here**From what we’re hearing, there are major changes Read more…

Well, the T-Mobile legal department is keeping busy. According to a recent article in Light Reading (link below), there is a new class-action lawsuit over the shut-down of the Sprint network. Filed in Washington the suit claims that Sprint had sold about 75,000 phones for its own 5G network prior to the close of T-Mobile’s purchase of Read more…

A group of AT&T and Verizon subscribers have filed a class-action lawsuit, claiming the T-Mobile/Sprint merger “combined two fierce competitors into a single behemoth with no incentive to compete meaningfully” against the “equally large” Verizon and AT&T.  They claim it was always T-Mobile’s long-term plan to merge with another wireless carrier to create “the best path to Read more…

Remember when (now former) CEO John Legere told Congress that a T-Mobile/Sprint merger would be “jobs positive”? Well, don’t tell that to the (now former) employees.  Once again (it’s not the first time) – more employees have been terminated from T-Mobile. Remember this from FierceWireless in June 2020: TechCrunch reported…that T-Mobile VP James Kirby told hundreds of Read more…

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