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Uncertainty and delays tied to the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile are worse for Sprint and Dish Network than for T-Mobile, according to analysts at New Street Research.
The states that are trying to block the T-Mobile/Sprint merger on Monday argued that an Oct. 7 trial date is no longer feasible.
The proposed merger transaction of T-Mobile and Sprint looks to be in the final innings, so it's as good a time as any to ponder the fate of Sprint's 2.5 GHz spectrum.
After Monday’s news that the FCC appears headed toward greenlighting the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint combination with conditions, analysts at MoffettNathanson Research are now suggesting the odds of the deal may be 50/50 or even 60/40.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter to say a Wall Street Journal story about the status of its merger with Sprint is “simply untrue.”
The increasing speed of wireless has created a landscape in which 14% of U.S. households are in a position to cut their wired connection.
A failure to come to a merger agreement could cost Sprint and T-Mobile nearly $50 billion in combined value, according to New Street Research.
Revenues from wireless service continue to shrink for the nation's major network operators, and things aren't likely to improve soon.
Based on some observations, Verizon has started using its last 10 MHz of PCS spectrum in New York City for its LTE service.
Verizon said it expects wireless service revenue to rebound this year, but analysts say churn could rise as competition heats up again soon.