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December 17, 2012
18:28 EDTS, CCI, CLWRCrown Castle announces terms relating to Sprint's acquisition of Clearwire
Crown Castle International (CCI) announced certain contractual terms in light of Sprint's (S) announcement to acquire 100% ownership of Clearwire (CLWR). Sprint and Clearwire represent approximately 23% and 3%, respectively, of Crown Castle's annualized consolidated site rental revenues. Further, there are approximately 2,700 Crown Castle towers on which both carriers currently reside. In addition, there is an average of approximately nine years and four years of current term remaining on all lease agreements with Sprint and Clearwire, respectively.
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March 31, 2015
08:50 EDTSSprint, Softbank to partner with Tidal music streaming service, TechCrunch says
Jay Z's Tidal music streaming service is partnering with Sprint (S) and Sprint-owner Softbank (SFTBF), reports TechCrunch, citing statements by Vania Schlogel, an executive at Tidal's parent company Aspiro. TechCrunch notes that during a recent launch event, singer Alicia Keys emphasized that the service looks to offer "exclusive experiences" between artists and consumers. Reference Link
March 30, 2015
15:13 EDTCCIPE firm Providence amid advancing bidders for Crown Castle assets, AFR says
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March 27, 2015
16:27 EDTCCICrown Castle files automatic mixed securities shelf
March 26, 2015
09:02 EDTSSamsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge to be available in U.S. beginning April 10
Samsung Electronics America (SSNLF) announced the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge will be available in the U.S. beginning April 10, with pre-orders starting March 27. In the U.S., the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge will be available in Black Sapphire, White Pearl and Gold Platinum -- in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB2 memory options. AT&T (T), Sprint (S), T-Mobile (TMUS), U.S. Cellular (USM) and Verizon Wireless (VZ) will carry both the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge, while Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless and MetroPCS will carry the Galaxy S 6. Samsung Experience Shops at Best Buy (BBY), as well as Amazon.com (AMZN), Costco Wholesale (COST), Sam’s Club (WMT), Target (TGT) and Walmart will also carry the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge. Carriers and retailers will confirm specific pricing and availability.
March 24, 2015
08:52 EDTSSprint CEO may make 'unfortunate misstep,' says FBR Capital
FBR Capital says its vendor checks indicate new Sprint CEO Marcello Claure has undertaken a strategic review of the company's competitive positioning. The firm believes Truco, the strategic advisory group brought in by Claure, is advocating a "premature network rip and replace program." FBR says this approach of converting Sprint's 1.9GHZ spectrum to uplink would be an "unfortunate misstep and a missed opportunity to embrace the technology shift underway." The firm sees risk of Sprint under-investing and weakening its franchise value further. It has a Market Perform rating on the name.
March 23, 2015
07:13 EDTSRadioShack bankruptcy auction to begin Monday, WSJ says
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March 19, 2015
09:55 EDTCCIBrookfield 'strong contender' in Crown Castle telecom auction, Australian says
The auction for Crown Castle's (CCI) Australian telecom tower business saw multiple companies submitting indicative bids this week, reported The Australian yesterday. Brookfield (BAM) is "one of the strongest contenders" partly due to its desire for investment in the sector, notes The Australian, adding that the company is said to have pulled in one or two partners for its Crown Castle bid. Macquarie Group's (MQBKY) Infrastructure and Real Assets has also expressed interest. Reference Link
March 18, 2015
13:59 EDTST-Mobile announces 'Un-contract,' 'Carrier Freedom' initiatives
Today, during an event held to announce Un-carrier 9.0 − Un-carrier for Business − T-Mobile (TMUS) unveiled two new major Un-carrier initiatives for consumers. First, with T-Mobile’s new "Un-contract," customers will now have more certainty in their wireless pricing than ever before. Consumers and businesses with the Simple Choice rate plan will find that rates won’t go up as long as they’re a T-Mobile customer and keep their plan − and even customers with unlimited 4G LTE will lock in their rates for a minimum of two years. The Un-carrier also launched "Carrier Freedom," a new move where T-Mobile will now cover all outstanding phone and tablet payments up to $650 per line when customers from AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ) or Sprint (S) switch to T-Mobile.

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