A joint venture between Dixons Carphone and Sprint will expand the carrier's retail operation in the US.
The wireless carrier will instead promote an "All-In" plan that includes $60 for the plan and $20 for the smartphone.
Connected streetlamps and tourist terminals are just a few of the things the new partnership will bring to the city.
The struggling carrier's Direct 2 You program, which brings a customer rep to a place of your choosing, now serves New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver.
The company will lean on Chief Network Officer John Saw and Technical Chief Operating Officer Junichi Miyakawa for the rest of its network build out.
The Uncarrier has the most to win or lose in next year's spectrum auction, including whether it has a chance to be a true competitor to Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
The company may get rid of the unlimited data plan altogether in the future, says the CEO of Sprint.
The limited-time promotion is not unlike what Sprint is currently doing for its competition.
Could times be changing for throttling? Following the FCC's new Net neutrality rules, Sprint halts the practice, and AT&T faces a $100 million fine for being unclear on how it throttled some customers.
The carrier claims its throttling policy would still have been legal under the new rules but decided to put a halt to it anyway, says the Wall Street Journal.
US wireless customers now have new options to call and message family and friends in Cuba.
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