Topic: mergers and acquisitions
The leaders of T-Mobile and Sprint today testified before the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology.
Qualcomm Life has been acquired by private equity firm Francisco Partners for an undisclosed sum.
T-Mobile and Sprint are trying to dampen efforts to block their proposed merger by making a new pledge to maintain or cut prices for three years.
Sprint’s “bridge to 5G”—a technology known as Massive MIMO—is going to be out in full force during the Super Bowl in Atlanta next month.
Here are some other stories we’re following today.
Mark Lowenstein helps us kick off 2019 with his assessment of the key strategic priorities for the leading U.S. wireless operators.
The 4Competition Coalition, an alliance against the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, has gained the support of two rural wireless carriers and WISPA.
The FCC has paused its review of the $26 billion proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint for the second time in four months.
Sprint and T-Mobile are urging Comcast to say publicly how it believes it will be affected by the proposed merger between the companies.
Airspan Networks—provider of the Magic Box for Sprint—has acquired Mimosa Networks for an undisclosed sum.