Sprint customers will get a T-Mobile bill, but that transition may take a few years. If you are a T-Mobile customer, you might not see many changes. However, because the goal of the takeover is to roll out a next-generation, 5G cellular network, subscribers of both are ultimately expected to get faster service.
As part of the deal, Dish will get Sprint’s prepaid Boost Mobile customers. Dish has committed to building its own cellular network, but it will use T-Mobile's for now, so customers aren’t supposed to see service quality drop.
5G is a new technical standard for wireless networks that promises faster speeds; less lag, or “latency,” when connecting to the network; and the ability to connect many devices to the internet without bogging it down. 5G networks will ideally be better able to handle more users, lots of sensors and heavy traffic.
U.S. regulators are approving T-Mobile's $26.5 billion takeover of rival Sprint, despite fears of higher prices and job cuts.
DES MOINES – The last time Lake Mills had an individual win a state title in track was in 1948.
Here's a look at how the deal might affect your phone bill and prospects for better service.
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Forest City boys, Garrigan girls win TIC West titles
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GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
ST. ANSGAR | The Saint Ansgar girls track team expects to see success this year, especially from its sprint runners and throwers.
ST. ANSGAR — Caitlyn Juhl looks to contribute to the success of the Waldorf University women's cross country and track and field programs duri…