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T-Mobile and Sprint Merger FAQ: What You Need to Know (2020)

T-Mobile and Sprint Merger FAQ: What You Need to Know (2020)

As of late last week, T-Mobile successfully acquired Sprint, becoming one company and effectively bringing the total number of major US cell carriers from four down to three. At least, for now.If you’re currently a Sprint or T-Mobile customer, you might wonder how this merger will affect you. We reached out to the "new T-Mobile"…
T-Mobile, Sprint took a risk by finishing merger without Calif. approval

T-Mobile, Sprint took a risk by finishing merger without Calif. approval

Post-merger legal battle — California agency says merger must stop—carriers say the state has no authority. Jon Brodkin - Apr 2, 2020 9:22 pm UTC Enlarge / California tells T-Mobile and Sprint to halt merger.Getty Images | Stefan Jackowski | EyeEmCalifornia state regulators are trying to hold up the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, saying the companies don't…
Sprint is dead. Long live Sprint

Sprint is dead. Long live Sprint

It’s done. We now have just three major cell phone carriers in the US: Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile, which just completed its merger with Sprint. It’s been such a long time coming and has seemed so inevitable that the news — on April Fools’ Day, no less — felt like little more than a blip…
What’s next for Sprint customers now that the T-Mobile merger has gone through?

What’s next for Sprint customers now that the T-Mobile merger has gone through?

After years of negotiations and legal battles, Sprint and T-Mobile have finally completed their merger into a single carrier. While the shift from four carriers to just three — AT&T, Verizon, and the newly expanded T-Mobile — will have huge implications in the coming months and years, there are more immediate questions for Sprint customers:…
Sprint will repair cracked screens of Samsung Galaxy smartphones for $49 – Digital Trends

Sprint will repair cracked screens of Samsung Galaxy smartphones for $49 – Digital Trends

Sprint has launched a repair program for cracked screens of select Samsung Galaxy smartphones, which subscribers of any carrier may take advantage of for just $49. The offer, which will only be available until February 9, does not cover Samsung’s 2019 flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10, which is probably still under warranty for most owners.…
Sprint will fix cracked Samsung Galaxy screens for $49, even if you’re not on Sprint – Mashable

Sprint will fix cracked Samsung Galaxy screens for $49, even if you’re not on...

Smartphone screen repair has just gotten cheap -- but only if you have an eligible phone. Image: Getty images By Stan Schroeder2020-01-24 12:42:25 UTC A broken smartphone screen typically equals a hefty repair fee — sometimes hefty enough to make you give up and buy a new phone. But Sprint has a pretty sweet, albeit…
Sprint can fix broken screens on several high-end Samsung phones on the cheap – PhoneArena

Sprint can fix broken screens on several high-end Samsung phones on the cheap –...

Samsung doesn't quite charge as much as Apple for replacing the screen on its latest high-end smartphones, but paying $279 at a manufacturer-authorized Galaxy repair facility to get the Note 10+ fixed or $249 as far as the "regular" S10 is concerned is not exactly affordable either.In comparison, you'd have to pay as much as…
Sprint will fix anyone’s cracked Samsung Galaxy screen for $49 – Engadget

Sprint will fix anyone’s cracked Samsung Galaxy screen for $49 – Engadget

That said, the offer does have some limitations. Your phone must be in working condition, and the carrier notes that not all shattered displays are repairable. Further, the offer is limited to one device per customer and is only available at Sprint stores with repair services. In the event that Sprint deems your phone unrepairable,…
Sprint will fix your broken Samsung Galaxy screen for $49 regardless of your carrier – 9to5Google

Sprint will fix your broken Samsung Galaxy screen for $49 regardless of your carrier...

Being made of glass, the screens on our smartphones break all too often, and getting that fixed can be an expensive affair. For a limited time, though, Sprint is offering screen repairs on select Samsung Galaxy devices for under $50, even if you’re on another carrier. This deal seems almost too good to be true,…
Sprint is killing off Virgin Mobile USA

Sprint is killing off Virgin Mobile USA

We lost the excellent Virgin America airline a few years back, and the virtual cellular network that owes its name to Sir Richard Branson may soon be on its way out too. Sprint announced today that it’s going to be shutting down Virgin Mobile USA starting on February 2nd, transferring existing customers to Boost Mobile…

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