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February 20, 2014
08:18 EDTTMUS, BBRYT-Mobile offering BlackBerry customers up to $250 credit with trade-in
Following BlackBerry (BBRY) CEO John Chen criticizing T-Mobile's (TMUS) marketing to BlackBerry users, T-Mobile's Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert announced in a blog post a new deal that the carrier is offering to existing BlackBerry devices users. Starting this Friday, T-Mobile is offering $200 credit toward a new device when a current BlackBerry is traded in and upgraded to any new device, with an additional $50 off if the new device is a BlackBerry Q10 or Z10, according to the blog. Reference Link
News For BBRY;TMUS From The Last 14 Days
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April 17, 2015
07:11 EDTBBRYBlackBerry management to meet with UBS
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April 15, 2015
06:11 EDTBBRYBlackBerry implied volatility of 43 at lower end of index mean range
April 14, 2015
10:51 EDTTMUSGoogle to sell mobile phone plans directly to customers, The Information reports
Google (GOOG) is looking to sell mobile phone plans directly to customers while managing their calls and mobile data over a cellular network, reports The Information. According to people with knowledge of the plans, the new service is expected to run on Sprint (S) and T-Mobile (TMUS) networks. Google expected to reach deals to buy wholesale across to those carriers' networks. A launch this year seems likely. Reference Link
06:28 EDTBBRYBlackBerry implied volatility of 43 at lower end of index mean range
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April 13, 2015
06:02 EDTBBRYBlackBerry implied volatility of 42 at lower end of index mean range
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April 8, 2015
06:06 EDTTMUSSoftbank downsizing Silicon Valley presence, WSJ reports
SoftBank (SFTBF) has reduced its presence in Silicon Valley, relocating some employees to Japan and subsidiary Sprint's (S) headquarters in Kansas, The Wall Street Journal reports. The move to downsize comes after Sprint's failed bid to acquire T-Mobile US (TMUS) last year. Reference Link

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