Dish's attempts to disrupt Sprint's buyout with SoftBank may not have come to fruition, but apparently that doesn't mean the two companies can't make up and sign a deal. The two are teaming up to test out broadband service that pick ups wireless signals from Sprint's 4G LTE network and delivers them into homes. Dish also announced plans for a similar pilot program launching early next year in Virginia, which is a partnership with Sprint's regional wireless partner NTelos.
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Dish partners with Sprint for LTE-based home broadband trial