Interesting acquisition announced today....Blackberry to acquire Good Technologies. For those of you who don't know or are familiar with Good, it's basically a BYOD platform for enterprises. (Email, intranet, etc.) Not necessarily directly Sprint related, but many people use both.
I've seen some threads recently about the differences between SIM/UICCs and though posting a compatibility matrix would help people.
This is pretty straightforward. The matrix has every Sprint LTE device, and what UICC card is meant for that device. Mix and matching UICC card types probably will not work, but swapping around UICC cards for devices that use the same type of card should work properly.
Keep in mind, you cannot simply move your UICC card to another phone to use it. Sprint's device authentication system still requires the correct UICC and MEID to be on the account to authenticate properly and work.
That's odd. For any apps? Do you have backups disabled in your preferences?
If you open Google Drive on your phone, open the left side menu, go to Backups, select a device, and it should show you all of the applications that are backed up, the last date/time of backup, and the size of the backup (doesn't count towards storage quota).
I think the roaming aggremeent will be enough for now.. even offering roaming within city limits is a big deal imo and it looks like it will be treated as native coverage which will improve customer experience.
That’ll be awesome. Then at that point, they’ll need to compete on price or the things that come included with your plan outside of talk, text and data.
Also why is it that T-Mobile is the only carrier who hasn’t announced their initial 5G markets? They said they’ll have 30 in first half of 2019 but there’s no list provided. It’s just kinda odd only because they’re always vocal about things.