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All four major US wireless carriers are suffering outages right now

January 31st, 2020

If you happen to notice problems with your cell phone and connectivity today, you’re not alone. Reports have been streaming in of major outages at all four of the big US wireless carriers, including Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T (as well as some smaller carriers), with Down Detector showing reports especially on the East Coast. …

T-Mobile Sprint merger

The FCC has finally voted to allow T-Mobile and Sprint to merge

October 16th, 2019

T-Mobile and Sprint just got one step closer to merging, after the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve the deal on a party-line vote, with Democrats on the commission voting against the move. The same day that Democratic FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel wrote in an op-ed for The Atlantic on Wednesday that the merger would …

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Justice Department approves $26.5 billion T-Mobile and Sprint merger

July 26th, 2019

Despite some ongoing and vociferous opposition to T-Mobile and Sprint’s brewing merger, the U.S. Department of Justice today officially approved it. Notably, the approval comes just a few weeks after the Antitrust Division within the DOJ recommended that the $26.5 billion merger be blocked. Incidentally, the FCC indicated that it was amenable to the merger …

Sprint Hack

Sprint says hackers used Samsung’s website to access customer account data

July 16th, 2019

In late June, hackers managed to access an unknown number of Sprint accounts by exploiting a security loophole on Samsung’s “add a line” website, according to a new report from ZDNet. According to Sprint, which sent out a letter to impacted subscribers, some of the information possibly accessed by the hackers includes the following: first …