Sprint Brand Goes Away August 2nd
Jul 16, 2020, 12:54 PM by Rich Brome
T-Mobile today revealed that August 2nd is the date it will officially retire the Sprint brand and unify the recently-merged company under the T-Mobile brand. Sprint stores will be rebranded "with a fresh coat of magenta paint". And next week, T-Mobile will announce "new, aggressive offers ... saving people money".
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Network & Phone Compatibility
The device/network transition will necessarily take much longer. I'm sure T-Mobile is eager to phase out "legacy" Sprint network elements quickly, including all o...
There are many areas that both carriers have next to or no coverage at all.
Sure T-mobile has made big strides on the past decade.
Yet there are many regions that are severly lacking even a dependable voice coverage.
AT&T and Verizon will always have network coverage in areas where t-mobile believes unnecessary.