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T-Mobile: 92% of MetroPCS CDMA subs moved onto GSM network amid shutdown in 3 markets

T-Mobile US said 92 percent of MetroPCS' customers on its legacy CDMA network in Boston, Hartford, Conn., and Las Vegas moved onto T-Mobile's GSM/HSPA+/LTE network after T-Mobile shut off MetroPCS CDMA service in those markets. The carrier next plans to shut down MetroPCS' CDMA network in Philadelphia sometime later this year.

FCC sets rules for $10.5B AWS-3 auction; T-Mobile, Dish denied request to split spectrum

The FCC set a total reserve price of $10.587 billion for the airwaves it will auction in the AWS-3 spectrum auction set for this fall.  The commission also set out complex rules and bidding procedures for the auction, and carriers will bid on both paired and unpaired spectrum blocks in the same auction.

MVNO ROK Mobile aims to have 1M subs in next 12-15 months

ROK Mobile, the recently launched music-focused MVNO, aims to have 1 million total customers within the next 12-15 months, according to a ROK Chairman and co-founder Jonathan Kendrick. He also said that ROK hopes to land a third U.S. carrier partner by the end of the year.

Report: Verizon has the most customers paying more than $100 on average

Wireless carriers have largely shifted to charging customers based on how much data they use, with voice and texting becoming unlimited commodities, and Verizon Wireless has come out on top in that business model, according to a new survey. According to a report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, Verizon has the most customers paying more than $100 per month on average.

Verizon, AT&T oppose Dish, T-Mobile's plans to split AWS-3 auction

Verizon Wireless and AT&T have signaled their opposition to proposals from T-Mobile US and Dish Network to effectively split the upcoming auction of AWS-3 spectrum between paired and unpaired airwaves.

T-Mobile brings 'Wideband' 15x15 MHz LTE service to Las Vegas

T-Mobile US said it launched LTE service in Las Vegas on "Wideband" 15x15 MHz channels, making it one of 17 markets where T-Mobile is touting more capacity and faster speeds.

Billionaire Paulson backs a Sprint/T-Mobile deal

Sprint and T-Mobile US reportedly won't announce any kind of merger deal until August, but the potential combination has a major backer in billionaire hedge fund manager John Paulson.

Sprint confirms most of its LTE devices will be able to access 4x2 MIMO technology

Sprint has been seeding the market with devices that can support the 4x2 MIMO antenna technology the carrier disclosed it will start deploying, a company spokeswoman confirmed. The new technology is expected to improve Sprint's LTE network performance, especially at the cell edge.

Report: Sprint, T-Mobile to form JV to bid in 600 MHz incentive auction

Sprint and T-Mobile US plan to create a joint venture to bid for spectrum in next year's planned incentive auction of 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum, according to a  Bloomberg  report. Meanwhile, the  Wall Street Journal  separately reported that the JV will seek to raise $10 billion for bidding.

Report: SoftBank, DT reach 'basic agreement' on Sprint/T-Mobile merger

Sprint parent SoftBank and T-Mobile US parent Deutsche Telekom have reportedly reached a "basic agreement" for Sprint to merge with T-Mobile, according to a report in the Japanese business publication  Nikkei.