Sprint and T-Mobile parent companies to drop Huawei to appease regulators


The latest news on the Sprint/T-Mobile merger is here, and Huawei will not be happy about it. Sprint and T-Mobile are close to completing the merger of the two US carriers but some concerns about the two carrier’s parent companies need to be addressed.

According to a report from Reuters, Japanese carrier Softbank (Sprint’s parent company) has agreed to replace Huawei Technologies 4G equipment in favor of Nokia and Ericsson which will take place over the next few years. Softbank is also the only carrier in Japan using Huawei infrastructure. The move is in hopes that the merger deal will be…

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