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Google Fi will Use Sprint's Network for 5G

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Sprint announced the MVNO Google Fi will use its network for 5G in a press release (that is, once there are actually 5G capable phones compatible with Google Fi someday):

https://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-to-provide-5g-wireless-services-for-google-fi.htm

 

This is the first I've heard about Fi and 5G so far. Google has pretty much kept mum on the topic, so I'm somewhat encouraged.

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