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  3. Not impressed with anything relating to SoftBank. Looks like the amazing Son has struck again.
  4. Failure is not an option. It would be best to limit change to only those areas where there is very little risk at this time. If New T-Mobile messes up the network integration (looking at you Sprint Network Vision) in the middle of this virus crisis, there will be hell to pay. Large numbers of people are dependent on their mobile phones, hot spots, and internet data connections right now for work, school, news, shopping, entertainment and just to keep contact with work, friends and family while they are stuck in their homes. If connectivity breaks, they can no longer communicate with the outside world. They also cannot run to a New T-Mobile store to get a bad software push to their mobile phone fixed right now so they better be careful with changes on the mobile device side of the network.
  5. Any updates on this list? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Ok iPhone fan boys, need some help and advice. My in-laws have had iPhones for years. My father in-law had used his Apple ID for both phones. Just upgraded from iPhone 7s to iPhone 11 max pro. Have both phones setup and can’t use all features due to same Apple ID. If I create a new Id after both phones are setup, sign out of the one iPhone and sign in with newly made Apple id, all contacts and iMessages will stay? I know I’ve seen merge options, etc.... Can anyone help or ask more questions for clarity!!! Thanks, Josh Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. https://www.lightreading.com/services/oneweb-reportedly-heads-into-bankruptcy-and-spacex-might-be-next/d/d-id/758531? So that's news....
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  9. I think for all us who have been long time Sprint subs that there is a little fear with the network integration and not wanting to relive the network vision era. On the other side of this is the excitement of what kinda of coverage and speed this will finally bring us. As it stands, T-Mobile has made good on their promises and failure to combine the networks properly is not an option. They’d be highly scrutinized like no other. I think all will be fine. I would say 6 months from the official close will give a good enough idea of what to expect. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I agree! Either it will or it won't. It will be exciting to see it take place!
  11. I think the transition will go pretty smoothly.
  12. I've been with Sprint since 2000. T-Mobile's integration of Metro (former CDMA) was considered to be a huge success. I can tell you though, that I've been through Nextel buyout and the famous (not in a positive way) Network Vision, and countless promises of "a better network", so many "Projects" planned and started and very few of them completed. Dr Saw is probably the best head of network Sprint has had in some time. He's going to T-Mo too. I too have heard through tower engineer friend that T-Mo has been buying and storing Massive mimo units for a while... and fully plans on using them when the network conversion starts. I'd say give T-Mo some time to actually start before doubting them. We don't really know their latest plan. I am looking forward to hearing this and much more news, hopefully beginning Wednesday.
  13. TMobile Sprint is done Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  14. After the merger closes, and updates are sent out...will our phones still display Sprint as the carrier, or will it display T-Mobile?
  15. They get had a plan this whole time. TMobile has been buying up tons of massive mimo equipment to deploy it ASAP. AWS,600,700 will go on the Sprint keep sites. Sprints PCS and 2.5 on all TMO sites Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  16. T-Mobile & Sprint have had 2 years to plan the network integration. If they have not figured out what to do in each site down to the size screws to use I would be severely disappointed.
  17. Team Jacob Jacob loves fried chicken too!
  18. Silly me rather then ordering the SIM kit from Sprint due to ignorance on my part I obtained this on eBay. When I enter the ICCID into the Sprint Activate tool it says it's invalid. I see there are also cards with the same Part number that have a "A" instead of the "C" and wondered if that might be my problem because this site says the iPhone 7 needs an "A". https://www.sprint.com/content/dam/sprint/us/en/campaigns/byod/compatible-sims-2019/compatible-phones-sims.pdf I have subsequently ordered and am waiting on the official Sprint SIM Kit hoping I will have better results. I also wonder what validation Sprint does to determine a ICCID is valid or not.
  19. You could be right, however, most of us members on S4GRU have used Sprint for years. We were not users of T-Mobile. Do we really know how many screw-ups they had combining other networks? We were not there using it.
  20. I'm not seeing this A, B, C...
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