Since its debut, the only carrier that’s had the privilege of selling the Google Pixel line has been Verizon Wireless. That officially ends today, though, as Google has partnered up with T-Mobile and Sprint to bring the Pixel 3 and the new Pixel 3a to more customers on more networks.
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The OnePlus 6T was the first device from the company to launch on a major US carrier with T-Mobile. OnePlus saw huge success from that, and it appears the company is gearing up to extend carrier support in the future. Some recent job listings at OnePlus hint at a launch on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint.
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As an MVNO, improvements to Google Fi’s network are primarily dependent on partners upgrading their networks. In the case of 5G, Sprint detailed today how it will be making that faster service available through the Google cellular offering.
Sprint Stories May 25, 2018
You can now pre-order the LG G7 ThinQ at Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint
After its unveiling earlier this month, pre-orders for LG’s latest flagship, the G7 ThinQ, have now officially opened up at multiple US carriers. Here’s what you need to know.
Sprint Stories May 18, 2018
Aged 55+? T-Mobile and Sprint trust you not to download the entire Internet …
There are a few benefits to getting older. After T-Mobile last year launched a new unlimited plan for customers aged 55+, Sprint has now done the same …
Sprint Stories April 29, 2018
T-Mobile and Sprint officially confirmed today that they will be joining forces to become a single carrier, according to a press release from the new combined company. If the deal passes regulatory approval, this means that there will be three major carriers in the United States, compared to the current four. expand full story