Moving subscribers to 5G networks will help carriers manage network traffic, but they can't do it until customers buy 5G-ready smartphones.
Verizon plans to bring 5G to four U.S. cities this year and hopes to have standards-based equipment in place for some of those deployments.
Verizon said it will launch 5G in four U.S. cities this year. Los Angeles is the second city named; the first was Sacramento, California.
T-Mobile says that the integration of the Sprint network will be similar to its integration of MetroPCS and will in some ways be even easier.
The adoption of consumer eSIM services/devices remains low, despite major hype.
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An investigation by the commission’s Enforcement Bureau found that the company had failed to deploy wireless services as required by the FCC’s spectrum…
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