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March 8, 2014
17:59 EDTTMUST-Mobile doubles amount of 4G LTE data on $50 Simple Choice plan
T-Mobile announced the company is offering customers more 4G LTE data and tethering and unlimited international texting – at no extra charge. The company added, "The updates reflect the latest stage in the evolution of T-Mobile’s flagship Simple Choice plan, which launched the company’s Un-carrier consumer movement last spring. All Simple Choice customers will automatically enjoy the added benefits of these updates without taking any action whatsoever – in another Un-carrier departure from industry norms. First, in a move to stay out front of Americans’ fast-growing demand for mobile data, the company announced it is sweetening the deal for Simple Choice customers already enjoying unlimited data, talk, and text on America’s wicked-fast network – now doubling the amount of high-speed 4G LTE data and tethering to 1GB included in the $50 Simple Choice service plan." The new benefits will begin immediately on March 23 for customers who choose to run credit and take the postpaid option. For those who prefer not to run credit and opt for prepaid service, unlimited international texting will start on April 26.
News For TMUS From The Last 14 Days
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September 30, 2014
07:53 EDTTMUSAnalysts see AT&T with early lead over Verizon in connected cars, Reuters says
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September 26, 2014
15:47 EDTTMUSDeutsche Telekom mulling longer stay in U.S. with T-Mobile, Reuters says
Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) is mulling the possibility of keeping its investment in T-Mobile U.S. for at least another year as it worries that the current bidder for T-Mobile, Iliad (IILIAF), will not be able to offer an ample bid for the 56.6% stake in the U.S. telecom operator, Reuters reports, citing three people familiar with the matter. Deutsche Telekom could still be convinced to sell its stake in T-Mobile if Iliad can secure partners to significantly increase its offer, the people added. Reference Link
07:55 EDTTMUST-Mobile unlikely to receive good takeover offer from Iliad, says Pacific Crest
Pacific Crest does not expect Iliad (ILIAF) to offer enough money to acquire T-Mobile (TMUS). The firm does not think that T-Mobile should accept an offer below $40, and it reports that its checks show increased switching to T-Mobile in the wake of the recent iPhone launch. Pacific Crest believes that T-Mobile's valuation remains compelling, and it keeps an Outperform rating on the shares.
05:50 EDTTMUSStocks with implied volatility movement; TMUS S
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September 22, 2014
06:58 EDTTMUSIliad enacts mid-October cut-off date for T-Mobile offer, Reuters says
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September 20, 2014
21:29 EDTTMUSIliad faces obstacles in T-Mobile bid, Bloomberg says
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September 19, 2014
18:40 EDTTMUSIliad sets mid-October deadline for T-Mobile bid, Reuters reports
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12:20 EDTTMUSIliad financing talks yet to yield higher T-Mobile bid, Bloomberg reports
Iliad talks with potential partners for additional financing have not yet resulted in a higher bid for T-Mobile (TMUS), Bloomberg reports, citing people familiar with the matter. Iliad is facing hurdles while Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) reconsiders plans for its U.S. unit, Bloomberg adds. Reference Link
11:28 EDTTMUSIliad seeking additional financing for T-Mobile bid, Bloomberg reports
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