Sprint has made it official: It is trying to buy T-Mobile. Regardless of the outcome, there is one single value investment in the mix.
T-Mobile kicked off its Uncarrier ways last year, and has made significant progress shaking up the industry. Adoption of early smartphone upgrade plans continues to soar.
Even though regulators have already voiced public opposition to a Sprint and T-Mobile merger, the two companies are reportedly proceeding. Is this deal doomed from the start?
Sprint and T-Mobile are about to join forces -- market regulators permitting. Here's why Verizon and AT&T should be shaking in their boots over this crazy merger.
Sprint thinks regulators have come around, but the market doesn't agree
While it was mostly a quiet day on Wall Street, late-breaking news on Amazon, Sprint, and T-Mobile could lead shares higher tomorrow.
Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son makes a good case for why regulators should have no problem with a T-Mobile acquisition, but this alone doesn't mean that the FCC will agree.
A key step in joining the two companies has been accomplished.
In Sprint’s rumored bid for T-Mobile, the cons could very easily outweigh the pros as they stand today.
In one important way, T-Mobile just unseated Sprint as the No. 3 domestic wireless carrier.