Sunday, 25 August 2019

T-Mobile and Sprint plot last ditch asset sale to save $26bn merger

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Friday 17 May 19

A range of options are on the table, as the two companies seek to secure regulatory approval for their long awaited merger

US carriers T-Mobile and Sprint are considering selling off their respective prepaid business units in a last-ditch attempt to gain regulatory approval for their proposed $26.5 billion merger. T-Mobile and Sprint are currently the third and fourth largest telcos in the US, but their proposed merger would create a new entity capable of challenging the US’ big two players of AT&amp…

US carriers T-Mobile and Sprint are considering selling off their respective prepaid business units in a last-ditch attempt to gain regulatory approval for their proposed $26.5 billion merger. T-Mobile and Sprint are currently the third and fourth largest telcos in the US, but their proposed merger would create a new entity capable of challenging the US’ big two players of AT&amp…

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