Topic: mergers and acquisitions
Is T-Mobile/Sprint merger a slam dunk? No, according to industry analysts at FierceWireless' 2019 Wireless Predictions Dinner Thursday evening.
As their proposed merger inches forward, T-Mobile and Sprint have gained a few additional supporters.
If T-Mobile and Sprint do merge, the combined company will pass Verizon as the country’s second-largest IoT service provider, according Counterpoint.
Vasona Networks, provider of multi-access edge computing solutions, has been acquired by ZephyrTel, an ESW Capital software company.
The former head of network operations at MetroPCS says he is confident that the combination of Sprint and T-Mobile will be successful.
AT&T is letting the FCC know that it is fully engaged in the 5G arms race and will be acquiring more spectrum.
Dish, Frontier, Windstream, the CWA and others are beginning to file their opposition to the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile.
The FCC has denied a request to stop the clock or extend the pleading cycle associated with the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint combination.
T-Mobile and Sprint are in no mood for a motion to stop the review clock on their merger proceeding.
Boingo Wireless says its acquisition of Elauwit Networks is highly complementary to its Wi-Fi business.