I really don't see what the problem is with that?
If you can't cover your entire home footprint, then that's on you. There are many fast, cheap, and easy ways of extending your WiFi signal.
If a business has a private WiFi with no intention of making it public, then the chances of them adding a MagicBox are slim to none.
If they have a public WiFi that requires you to sign in or accept their terms, then they also won't be adding a MagicBox.
Only a few businesses will jump on adding MB to their stores. I've been to a few Sprint stores that have even taken down their boxes because they couldn't hide them. They did look tacky just sitting on the floor by a window.
Its a quick way to get people to abuse the network.
Not according to the back order of these devices. They seem to be very popular. In fact, they're so popular that some people are using them as a way to ditch their ISP.
If you want to tell the FCC how you feel about the merger, now’s your chance!
Shot Clock Page: https://www.fcc.gov/transaction/t-mobile-sprint
2022 is a long ways away. Phones are dead in 2020, but M2M is 2022. The other carriers will use so little for 1x/evdo/hspa it won't even really matter. ATT 2G is dead, HSPA is a solid fallback. TMobile already has 2G in guard bands.