Sprint Corporation was an American telecommunications company. Before it merged with T-Mobile US on April 1, 2020, it was the fourth-largest mobile network operator in the United States, serving 54.3 million customers as of June 30, 2019. The company also offered wireless voice, messaging, and broadband services through its various subsidiaries under the Boost Mobile and Open Mobile brands and wholesale access to its wireless networks to mobile virtual network operators. In July 2013, a majority of the company was purchased by the Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank Group. Sprint used CDMA, EvDO and 4G LTE networks, and formerly operated iDEN, WiMAX, and 5G NR networks. Sprint was incorporated in Kansas.
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IndustryInternet of Things (IoT)
Sprint Corporation, now merged with T-Mobile to form T-Mobile US, Inc., has demonstrated a commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) sustainability by addressing a multitude of impact areas. In terms of environmental impact, Sprint made significant strides in reducing its carbon footprint by implementing energy-efficient technologies and embracing renewable energy sources, such as solar power, to power its network infrastructure and facilities. The company also took measures to minimize electronic waste by promoting recycling and responsible disposal of electronic devices, contributing to the reduction of electronic waste pollution. In the realm of social impact, Sprint championed diversity and inclusion within its workforce, fostering an inclusive corporate culture that promoted equal opportunities for employees of all backgrounds. The company also invested in community engagement initiatives, supporting educational programs, digital inclusion efforts, and disaster relief programs to strengthen the social fabric of the communities it served. Sprint prioritized ethical business practices and governance, adhering to stringent ethical standards, and maintaining transparency in its financial reporting. The company’s governance structure upheld strong board oversight, promoting shareholder rights and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.