Sprint Stories October 4

Ahead of T-Mobile/Sprint town hall meeting, union rally set to prevent job losses

T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere along with President and COO Mike Sievert are set to hold a town hall meeting to discuss the merger with Sprint employees tomorrow. But ahead of the meeting, the CWA union will be holding a rally near Sprint’s headquarters aimed at preventing job losses.

Sprint Stories September 28

Sprint faces reality and admits its LTE coverage is bad in move to help merger chances with T-Mobile

In an interesting development, Sprint has shared an image of how its LTE coverage compares to that of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. While it might seem strange at first, there is a strategy behind Sprint’s move in detailing just how far behind its competitors it is.

Sprint Stories September 11

T-Mobile and Sprint officially filed their merger plans with the FCC back in June. While the FCC typically makes a determination within six months, the commission informed the two carriers today that it is pressing pause on the “180-day transaction shot clock.”

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Sprint Stories August 26

Following security vulnerabilities affecting AT&T and T-Mobile a few days ago, TechCrunch reports this weekend that Sprint is also facing a security loophole. According to the report, Sprint used “two sets of easy-to-guess usernames and passwords” for access to a company portal that housed customer data…

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Sprint Stories August 2

T-Mobile tops customer satisfaction survey, Sprint comes in last ahead of merger

J.D. Power is out today with its latest survey on satisfaction of customer care for wireless carriers. T-Mobile handily took top honors, but ironically, Sprint came in last place as the two are in the middle of a merger deal.

Sprint Stories June 19

T-Mobile and Sprint officially file merger plans with FCC, claim will ‘leapfrog’ Verizon & AT&T and cut costs for consumers

Last week news spread that T-Mobile and Sprint could officially file for their planned merger as early as this week. Today, the companies have delivered a public information statement to the FCC that shares why they think the deal will be good for consumers, innovation, and more.

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