On April 1, 2020, Sprint Wireless has merged with T-Mobile. Shortly after, T-Mobile moved quickly to rebrand existing Sprint stores as T-Mobile locations.
On August 2, 2020, T-Mobile officially stopped signing up new subscribers under the Sprint name after the sale of Boost Mobile became official. Currently, the consumer Sprint website redirects to T-Mobile and existing customers will be moved to comparable T-Mobile plans over time. The business class Sprint page has an FAQ about what to expect moving forward.
Near its peak, Sprint served more than 59 million subscribers and was the smallest of the four major U.S. mobile carriers. Featuring robust LTE coverage and their famous unlimited data packages, the carrier served both urban and rural areas.
Voice network: CDMA 1900 MHz, LTE
Data network: 1xRTT, EVDO Rev. A, LTE