Sprint’s network is officially shutting down

US wireless carrier Sprint’s remaining LTE towers have begun their official shutdowns, a T-Mobile spokesperson confirmed to The Verge. It’s been over two years since T-Mobile’s acquisition of Sprint went through April of 2020 including its network, stores, assets, spectrum, towers, and customers.

T-Mobile has decommissioned Sprint’s wireless spectrum from its 3G and LTE networks to accelerate add bandwidth and accelerate the coverage of its nationwide 5G network. With 66.7 million subscribers before the merger, T-Mobile now has over 109 million subscribers as of Q1 ‘22 (Source) and is the…

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