Topic: mergers and acquisitions
The likelihood that either side in the T-Mobile/Sprint case decide to appeal? Low, according to New Street Research, in part due to spectrum.
Case closed? Attorneys gave final arguments Wednesday in the trial where state attorneys general are fighting to block the T-Mobile/Sprint merger.
T-Mobile’s attempt to close its Sprint deal faced another setback when a federal judge extended his Tunney Act review into mid-February, analysts say.
Samsung is aiming to address end-to-end network support needs and accelerate 5G rollouts in the U.S. with its acquisition of TeleWorld Solutions.
States opposed to the T-Mobile/Sprint merger say it's the court, not any federal agency or other enforcer, that has the final say on the deal.
Just a little over a week before closing arguments are made in its fight to merge with Sprint, T-Mobile—as one might expect—is confident it will win.
Sprint is officially pulling the plug on its decaying Virgin Mobile prepaid service and will transfer current customers to Boost Mobile next month.
T-Mobile had another "fantastic" quarter, reporting 1.9 million total net additions, as it awaits a ruling on its proposed merger with Sprint.
Will state attorneys general prevail in their attempt to block the T-Mobile/Sprint merger?
While we still don’t know the final outcome of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, it tees up major changes for the wireless industry in 2020.