U.S. Antitrust Boss Playing Kingmaker in T-Mobile’s Deal for Sprint
A $20 Billion Wireless Stockpile Is the Key to T-Mobile Merger
T-Mobile is trying to offer just enough concessions to gain approval but not so many that it creates a formidable rival.
AT&T Considers Selling Regional Sports Networks to Slash Debt
Dish Seeks a Favor From FCC for Role in T-Mobile-Sprint Deal
Dish had been on a shortlist of bidders for T-Mobile and Sprint assets favored by the Justice Department.
Dish, Charter and Altice Eye T-Mobile and Sprint Assets
AT&T, Dish Are Open to Merging Satellite-TV Divisions
T-Mobile Is Said to Work With Goldman on Antitrust Divestitures
From the start, the biggest concern surrounding the T-Mobile/Sprint merger was it would reduce the number of national carriers.
T-Mobile-Sprint Deal in Doubt Over Attempt to Make 3 Equal 4
Comcast Says No Interest in Divested Sprint/T-Mobile Airwaves
T-Mobile, Sprint Offer to Shed Airwaves, Enticing Cable Giants
American Tower to Buy Eaton in $1.85 Billion Africa Push
The concessions could be announced as early as this week and should help ease the regulatory approval process for the deal.
In South Korea in the first week of April, SK Telecom and its smaller rivals started a nationwide 5G service.
Among the top options being discussed is the separation and potential sale of their so-called prepaid businesses.
Sprint Tops Subscriber Estimates, Awaits T-Mobile Deal Decision
No. 4 carrier is deep in debt, and other suitors may be few.
It was a sweet victory while it lasted.
T-Mobile Tops Subscriber Estimates, Lifts Forecast for the Year