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December 24, 2013
12:06 EDTTMUS, S, SFTBFSoftbank moving to acquire T-Mobile, Nikkei says
Softbank (SFTBF) is moving to acquire T-Mobile US (TMUS) through its Sprint (S) subsidiary in a deal that Softbank plans for as early as spring of 2014, according to a Nikkei report, citing sources close to the matter. Reference Link
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April 14, 2014
09:10 EDTTMUS, ST-Mobile CEO starts petition for consumers to call on peers to end overages
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09:05 EDTS, TMUST-Mobile abolishes consumer overages, challenges other providers to follow suit
T-Mobile (TMUS) announced a campaign to eliminate overage penalties, one of the most reviled wireless industry practices. While abolishing overages for all customers on T-Mobile consumer plans, its CEO has also laid down a challenge to the nation's largest carriers, AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ) and Sprint (S), to do the same.
06:40 EDTTMUS, SNo lines for Samsung's Galaxy S5 but carriers say demand healthy, Re/code says
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April 13, 2014
16:57 EDTSSprint and Spotify plan to team up, Re/code says
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April 9, 2014
11:15 EDTTMUS, ST-Mobile unveils $40 monthly price plan called 'Simple Starter'
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April 8, 2014
07:52 EDTTMUSComcast, Time Warner execs go before critic at hearing, Reuters says
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April 4, 2014
12:13 EDTSSprint launches promotion, offering $650 for customers to switch, BGR reports
Sprint has begun a promotion that will offer people up to $650 to make the switch to their company, reports BGR. Through a forum member on Sprint's fan site S4GRU, the company launched a limited promotion to reimburse new customers up to $350 in early termination fees, as well as a service credit of up to $300 when they trade in their old phones. Reference Link
11:02 EDTTMUS, SFTBF, SSoftbank said to eye possible M&A opportunities in Europe, Forbes says
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08:47 EDTSLenovo, IBM deal investigated by U.S. over Pentagon servers, Bloomberg says
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08:07 EDTSFTBF, S, TMUSRegulators 'increasingly open' to Sprint, T-Mobile merger, says FBR Capital
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06:36 EDTTMUST-Mobile to offer $100 credit to Blackberry customers, Re/code reports
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April 3, 2014
12:20 EDTTMUS, SGoogle considers wireless service in Fiber markets, The Information says
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April 2, 2014
07:51 EDTTMUS, SSeveral communications companies could be bought, says Oppenheimer
Oppenheimer says that the following communications companies could become takeover targets: T-Mobile (TMUS), DirecTV (DTV), DISH (DISH), Level 3 (LVLT), tw telecom(TWTC), and Rackspace (RAX). The firm calls T-Mobile "a prime target," and thinks the company has several potential suitors and is best positioned to benefit from current trends. Oppenheimer expects the major surviving companies in the space to be Comcast (CMCSA), AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ), and Sprint (S). It keeps Outperform ratings on T-Mobile, Rackspace, Comcast, and Verizon. It has Perform ratings on Level 3, tw telecom, and Sprint.
07:00 EDTTMUST-Mobile to allow current customers to keep corporate discounts, Re/code says
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06:21 EDTSSprint volatility elevated at 60
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05:13 EDTTMUSBlackBerry ends T-Mobile U.S. licensing agreement
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