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May 30, 2014
06:35 EDTS, TMUS, SFTBF, DTEGYDeutsche fine with maintaining stake in T-Mobile, Sprint jam, Reuters says
Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) is ready to maintain a minority stake in an agreement to sell T-Mobile (TMUS) U.S. to Japan’s Softbank (SFTBF), but other details such as price and financing still need to be finalized, according to Reuters, citing sources familiar with the situation. Softbank owns a majority of Sprint (S), while Deutsche Telekom owns 67% of T-Mobile. Reference Link
News For DTEGY;TMUS;S;SFTBF From The Last 14 Days
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July 5, 2015
13:58 EDTDTEGYSome European stocks still look appealing amid Greek uncertainty, Barron's says
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July 2, 2015
10:00 EDTTMUS, SOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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05:29 EDTSSprint announces retail agreement with Dixons Carphone
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July 1, 2015
17:20 EDTTMUST-Mobile initiated with a Buy at Buckingham
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17:19 EDTSSprint initiated with a Neutral at Buckingham
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15:23 EDTTMUSDISH's Ergen awaits AT&T-DirecTV approval before more T-Mobile talks, FBN says
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10:02 EDTSSprint says reaches 4,500 stores
Sprint (S) said that it is rapidly expanding its retail distribution with its “store-within-a-store” concept at co-branded RadioShack (RSHCQ) locations. General Wireless Operations announced today that it completed the purchase of the RadioShack brand, securing Sprint’s ability to quickly expand its presence and give consumers access to industry-first leasing plans and the latest devices. Sprint will have a presence in 1,435 Sprint-RadioShack stores by the first week of July. About 300 stores will be completely renovated to the new store-within-a-store model at that time, with the remainder scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. These stores will have new signage, new fixtures and a look-and-feel that is similar to other Sprint-owned stores. The addition of the Sprint-RadioShack stores expands Sprint’s total retail footprint to approximately 4,500 locations in the United States.
07:14 EDTSFTBFFormer Deutsche Bank CEO in talks with Softbank for executive role, NY Post says
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06:04 EDTSSprint says to end 'throttling' practice
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June 30, 2015
09:04 EDTSSprint confirms 'All-In' pricing plan
Sprint introduces its “All-In” pricing plan, underscoring the company’s commitment to making wireless simpler, clearer and more straightforward for consumers. With All-In Wireless, consumers pay $80 per month for a wireless device and unlimited talk, text and high-speed data – the two most significant components on any wireless bill. With All-In, consumers pay $20 per month to lease one of its most popular smartphones, and $60 per month for unlimited text, talk and high-speed data while on the Sprint network. Consumers pay $0 down and only a one-time, $36 activation fee.
07:45 EDTDTEGYEU agrees to enact 'net neutrality' law, WSJ reports
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06:58 EDTSSprint to roll out $80 a month 'All-in' plan, Reuters reports
Sprint (S) will today launch an $80 a month "All-in" cellular phone plan, Reuters reports. Chief Marketing Officer Kevin Crull says the plan will offer unlimited talk, text and data at $60, plus $20 to lease phones like the iPhone 6 (AAPL) and Samsung (SSNLF) Galaxy S6. Reference Link
June 29, 2015
09:04 EDTSSprint launching Direct 2 You service in New York, LA, San Francisco, Denver
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June 26, 2015
06:17 EDTSFTBFGoogle Ventures, Softbank invest in Yieldify, Business Insider reports
Google Ventures Europe (GOOG) and Softbank (SFTBF) have invested $11.5M into Yieldify, an e-commerce startup that "helps online retailers convince people to buy products online," Business Insider reports. Google Ventures partner Avid Larizadeh Duggan will join Yieldify's board as part of the fundraising. Reference Link
June 25, 2015
16:42 EDTTMUSFCC Chairman outlines changes to future spectrum auctions
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13:16 EDTTMUST-Mobile unveils ‘JUMP! On Demand’
In a press release earlier T-Mobile said, "The company kicked things off in a big way by amping up Un-carrier 2.0, its groundbreaking JUMP! program, and introducing the industry’s lowest monthly cost to get an iPhone 6 when you trade-in your smartphone. With T-Mobile’s new JUMP! On Demand, one low monthly phone payment covers the cost of a new smartphone and gives you the freedom to swap it for a new one absolutely anytime you like … at no extra cost. Which means you don’t pay a penny to walk out the door with your new smartphone today–not even sales tax, with qualifying credit. No fees to upgrade whenever you want, no waiting and no worries about paying off your old phone when you upgrade." “While the carriers are breaking every promise they’ve ever made with their knock-off upgrade programs, we’re racing full speed ahead, making one of our most popular moves even better,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “JUMP! On Demand is the best way to get a new smartphone whenever you want. Zero out the door. Zero at upgrade. Zero fees. Zero wait. Zero BS.” Shares of T-Mobile are up 1.52% to $39.63 in afternoon trading.
06:37 EDTSInternet Patents subsidiary awarded $30M in damages against Sprint Spectrum
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June 24, 2015
18:24 EDTSFTBFAlibaba close to buying 20%-26% Micromax stake for $700M, Economic Times says
Micromax is nearing a deal to sell roughly 20%-26% of the company to Alibaba (BABA) for approximately $700M, reports the Economic Times, citing three people familiar with the matter. One source noted that Softbank (SFTBF) -- a major Alibaba shareholder -- may participate in the deal. Reference Link

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