Sprint won't be allowed to shut down its old WiMax network on November 6 as it had originally planned. A judge has ruled for an injunction against that move, stating that Sprint has to keep the old network up and running until it settles a lawsuit filed by two nonprofit groups.
According to The Verge:
Sprint announced over a year ago their plans to close the WiMax network on November 6, so this last-minute delay definitely comes out of left field for the wireless carrier as it is trying to move over its remaining WiMax users to its LTE network.
Source: The Verge
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