Dish cuts a 10-year, $5 billion deal to make AT&T the first service supplier for its MVNO

Dish is on a mission to turn out to be the US’ fourth wi-fi provider. | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Dish Community has a brand new community operator companion for its MVNO manufacturers: AT&T. The businesses have signed a community providers settlement (NSA) that may see Dish pay AT&T at the very least $5 billion over the course of the subsequent ten years to make use of its 4G and 5G networks as Dish brings its personal 5G community on-line.

The deal takes impact instantly and comes at a time when relations between Dish and T-Cell — at present a significant community companion — are notably strained. It’s a nonexclusive settlement, and Dish says that a few of its clients will possible proceed to connect with T-Cell’s community. The association additionally provides AT&T the proper to request entry to make use of a few of Dish’s wi-fi spectrum.

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