Then, in July 2022, about 4 million Sprint customers will be migrated to T-Mobile, while the rest of 8 million Sprint customers will be brought to Magenta’s systems in January 2023. According to the document, June 2023 will be the last month of the plan, so any remaining accounts should be fully migrated by that time. New leak reveals T-Mobile has already started migrating Sprint customers
T-Mobile hasn’t made any statements about the customer transfer, but a recently leaked document reveals the carrier’s plans for the coming year. The Sprint network closure is set to begin this month and end in June 2023, according to the timeline. Approximately 500,000 Sprint subscribers would be automatically moved to T-Mobile billing system during the month of January 2022, according to a document obtained by TmoReport. Next, Sprint’s CDMA network will be shut down in March, followed by Sprint’s LTE network in June 2022.
The good news is T-Mobile has decided to move Sprint customers to its systems along with their plans, instead of replacing them with T-Mobile plans. Basically, existing Sprint plans will be fully migrated to the T-Mobile systems, including the special discounted plans such as SWAC and corporate discount plans.
Keep in mind that if you’re a Sprint customer, you should make sure that your phone and SIM remain compatible with the carrier’s network. Sprint Select offer should provide you with any replacement in case you need it.