T-Mobile and Sprint; Elliott vs. AT&T and more: the top 10 FierceWireless stories in 2019

Wireless newcomers Altice, Dish and Rakuten garnered readers' attention in 2019. (Pixabay)

Not surprisingly, the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint garnered a lot of interest during 2019. News about Dish possibly entering the wireless market and upstart Rakuten also commanded readers' attention. These were some of the top stories on FierceWireless in 2019. 

10. Elliott trashes AT&T management and its execution in wireless

9.  T-Mobile to cover 200M people with 5G this year

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8.  Trial delay worse for Sprint and Dish than T-Mobile: analyst

7.  Industry Voices—Entner: The skinny on the T-Mobile/Sprint/Dish deal

6.  AT&T rips T-Mobile’s promise to first responders as ‘a marketing stunt’

5.  T-Mobile keeps pace on 600 MHz upgrades ahead of 5G launch

4.  Altice Mobile launches its wireless service at $20/month

3.  Judge asks Legere why Sprint can’t do a turnaround like T-Mobile

2.  Dish ‘mystery partner’ emerges during T-Mobile/Sprint trial

1.  Rakuten’s Tareq Amin voted the most powerful person in wireless tech for 2019

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