is intended to provide voice, data and messaging services to Boost Mobile, Ting and Republic Wireless customers for the next 10 years. Second, Dish plans to pay AT&T at least $ 5 billion as part of the deal with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
To serve customers of both companies, AT&T may be able to use part of the wireless spectrum to which Dish holds licenses, such as note. Previously, it accounted for nearly 9 million customers of Dish’s mobile phone brands.
The deal could attract the attention of regulators, who have allowed Dish to join the mobile market when it approved it. The terms of the complex agreement include. The plan was for Dish to rental services from T-Mobile for seven years while building its own mobile network.
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