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The DOJ is Monitoring the CDMA Network Situation

The DOJ is having “grave concerns about the potential for a nationwide CDMA shutdown to leave a substantial proportion of Boost’s customers without service.”

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DISH Wireless is Changing its MVNO Strategy in 2022

In 2022, DISH Wireless is looking to provide upgrading options that will allow prepaid customers the opportunity to become postpaid customers.

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DISH, AT&T Service Deal to Benefit Boost, Republic, and Ting

According to the filing from DISH with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the decade-long agreement with AT&T “will provide current and future customers of its retail wireless brands, including Boost Mobile, Ting Mobile, and Republic Wireless, access to (best-in-class) coverage and connectivity on AT&T’s wireless network, in addition to the new DISH 5G network.

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Visible, an MVNO From Verizon, Chooses Angie Klein for CEO

After spending two decades with Verizon, Klein has the experience, insight, and leadership to help Visible grow into new markets and retain its current customer base.

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The Speculation is Over, DraftKings and Boost Mobile Are Collaborating

In 2020, Boost Mobile has been focusing on providing financial services, healthcare, gambling, and privacy features to its subscribers.

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Xfinity Mobile Has Become Profitable

Xfinity Mobile reported 3.1 million wireless lines compared to the 2.3 million lines it had a year before.

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Boost Mobile, K Health Are Bringing Telehealth to Subscribers

K Health is an app available for a $9 per month membership, or, $19 for a one-time virtual visit with a physician, and now free to Boost subscribers who are a part of the Unlimited Plus plan for only $7.99 per month.

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Bluegrass Cellular is Officially a Part of Verizon

With the finalization of the deal, America’s largest wireless provider will now add 210,000 subscribers throughout 34 counties in Kentucky to its portfolio.

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DISH Wireless is Purchasing MVNO Republic Wireless

The deal is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2021 and will include the Relay division, a division that focuses on solutions for education, facilities, healthcare, and manufacturing.

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New Bundle From Boost Mobile Focuses on Privacy

Known as the Privacy Premium, subscribers with Androids that have data plans on Boost Mobile’s Expanded Data Network are eligible for the bundle.

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TracFone Purchase Receiving Additional Review Time Despite Verizon’s Request

There is concern that the acquisition by Verizon could have negative repercussions on the program with calls for conditions being attached to the deal that would protect customers who rely on Lifeline.

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Prepaid Had a Huge Year in 2020, Will it Continue in 2021?

Prepaid saw a boost in part due to the conditions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the shift in how major wireless will look for the foreseeable future.

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Understanding MVNOs and 5G Networks

By providing options to certain markets that may otherwise lack options, MVNOs continue to evolve and find their place in the wireless world. Learn more about how MVNOs are set to take on the next generation

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Xfinity Mobile Continues to Make Waves in Wireless

Xfinity Mobile continues to come about as an affordable option for wireless customers looking for access to a 5G network. With around 2.5 million customers, Xfinity is defining its strategy for the future with its eyes on a three-tier mobile strategy.

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DISH Executive Sees Opportunity in Verizon, TracFone Deal

Despite Verizon’s deal to have them purchase the largest mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) in the country, Stephen Stokols, the Executive Vice President of Boost Mobile that DISH appointed after purchasing the company, is loving what he sees.

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