T-Mobile's latest pitch for Sprint merger: Taking on cable internet and TV

T-Mobile says itíll launch a 5G home internet service with fast speeds, easy installation, and low prices that will reach half of all US homes within five years and meaningfully shake up the woefully anti-competitive cable industry. Thereís just one catch: T-Mobile says this only comes true if its Sprint merger is approved. In a blog post and Federal Communications Commission filing today, T-Mobile outlines in the most detail yet what its 5G home internet service will look like. The company started divulging some details around the offering last September, but with todayís CEO-written blog post, T-Mobile is starting to advertise its promises in a far more public fashion. T-Mobile says it plans to create a true cable competitor using 5G,... Continue reading…

T-Mobile's latest pitch for Sprint merger: Taking on cable internet and TV

As T-Mobile's bid to merge with Sprint continues to face challenges on Capitol Hill, the company is continuing to make its case to regulators.

Mon 11 Mar 19 from Phys.org

T-Mobile promises to support low-income Lifeline program 'indefinitely' if merger approved

As T-Mobile and Sprint execs had to Capitol Hill to rally support for their merger, they are offering a new promise to keep low-income options around.        

Mon 11 Mar 19 from USA today

T-Mobile’s latest pitch for Sprint merger: Taking on cable internet and TV

T-Mobile's latest pitch to regulators to approve its merger with Sprint: They need to team up to take on home broadband.        

Thu 7 Mar 19 from USA today

T-Mobile Announces LTE Home Broadband, Promises 5G After Sprint Merger

T-Mobile has been selling mobile broadband for years like all the other carriers, but it's decided to branch out into home internet. The post T-Mobile Announces LTE Home Broadband, Promises ...

Thu 7 Mar 19 from Extremetech

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