CM top 350
Cellular Maps
Home Map List 5G Coverage Compare Coverage National Park CoverageCoverage Locators Canada/Mexico
DishDish Wireless Partner Maps
Dish Network Corp. has purchased spectrum and other wireless assets divested as part of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger. Dish Wireless plans to combine that spectrum with their own to operate a nationwide all-5G wireless network, as well operate Boost Mobile, Ting Mobile, Republic Wireless, Gen Mobile and Relay Mobile. The objective is that Dish will eventually operate a fourth competitive wireless network which we expect to operate under a different name than Dish Wireless.


Boost Mobile
Boost Mobile
Dish is operating Boost Mobile as a "virtual" operator (MVNO) with the same or better coverage as before. Boost customers will transition to the AT&T network, and other networks which includes former Sprint coverage, and eventually be transferred to the new Dish Wireless 5G network.

There is a huge difference between what Boost reports as "Voice" coverage and "Data" coverage. We suspect that the "Voice" map accurately shows what Boost customers can expect for both Voice and Data with a newer model device. The "Data" network map likely shows where older Boost phones will work, similar to the ex-Sprint network. We expect this coverage to change when the agreement with AT&T is fully executed. 

Boost Mobile Voice Coverage:
for new Boost devices.

Boost Mobile Coverage


Boost Mobile 'Data' Coverage:
for new Boost devices.

Boost Data Coverage


Ting Mobile
Ting Mobile
Dish operates Ting Mobile and is maintaining the Ting name with coverage as good as or better than before. New Ting customers use the same network shown above which includes former Sprint coverage, and eventually will be transferred to the new Dish Wireless 5G network, if any. Existing Ting customers will keep their current coverage for the foreseeable future.

Ting Prepaid Review


Republic Wireless
Republic Wireless
Dish has agreed to acquire Republic Wireless and for now will maintain the Republic name with coverage as good as or better than before. New Republic customers use the same network shown above which includes former Sprint coverage, and eventually will be transferred to the new Dish Wireless 5G network. As part of its acquisition of Republic Wireless, Dish plans to operate Relay Mobile, which started as a nationwide walkie-talkie service that now has been adopted by the business market, considered a simplified version of Nextel. Relay customers use a mix of existing networks with the goal of using the new Dish Wireless network.

Republic Prepaid Review

Gen Mobile
Gen Mobile
Dish has acquired Gen Mobile, one of the top bargain-priced prepaid wireless companies in the US, with plans starting as low as $10 per month. We expect Dish to maintain the Gen Mobile name and existing accounts will continue to use T-Mobile or AT&T as their wireless infrastructure. Eventually, Gen Mobile phones will move to the new all-5G Dish Wireless network.


Dish Wireless Spectrum Assignments
Dish owns this wireless spectrum and is reported to be building their own cellular network in these areas.  The larger the holding, the greater the download capacity. Additionally, some 800 MHz Sprint spectrum will be sold to Dish but that transaction will not be completed for 3 years after the closing of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger.  Map source: Allnet Insights.
Dish Depth of Spectrum in "Low-Band" Frequencies, 600 & 700 MHz:
Dish "Low Band" Wireless Map

Dish Depth of Spectrum in "Mid-Band" Frequencies, 1.7 & 2.0 GHz:
Dish "Mid-Band" Wireless Map