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What the T-Mobile and Sprint merger means for you

Source: Claire Atkinson, NBC News

Is my phone bill going up? T-Mobile promised phone bills will remain the same for the next three years. 

Will my phone still be compatible? T-Mobile has a wide coverage map, potentially improving calls for Sprint customers, but the two phone providers operate on different networks, a frequent headache for people looking to switch plans. T-Mobile is on a GSM network, while Sprint uses CDMA — which means Sprint consumers with older phones might need to buy new ones.

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