QUOTE AND NEWS
Cellular News  Apr 8  Comment 
USA based Sprint has announced that it will be closing down the legacy WiMAX network it acquired from Clearwire by the end of next year. Click here for more.
Forbes  Mar 6  Comment 
Depending on the stake that Sprint wants to acquire in T-Mobile, the deal could cost more than $20 billion and add to Sprint’s ever-burgeoning debt load. It would also require a complicated merger of different network bands and technologies,...
Forbes  Dec 26  Comment 
The world of mobile telephony is moving rapidly toward a three player field giving U.S. consumers a chance for a fair shake in the future of quality service and reasonable prices. In 2013 Softbank and Masayoshi Son grabbed control of Sprint and in...
Forbes  Dec 16  Comment 
It would also require a complicated merger of different network bands and technologies, made all the more risky by the fact that Sprint is currently undertaking an expensive network modernization drive of its own that includes the integration of...
Cellular News  Oct 30  Comment 
USA based Sprint has reported another quarterly decline in its revenues, and a deeper operating loss, although it was able to report a net profit for the period thanks to a $1.4 billion increase in the value of Sprint's previously held investment...
Benzinga  Sep 30  Comment 
Sprint Corporation (NYSE: S) announced today that its subsidiaries have delivered a notice of partial redemption to redeem $175,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the 12% Second-Priority Secured Notes due 2017 issued by...
Cellular News  Aug 20  Comment 
USA based Sprint's recent announcement that it will be deploying the 2.5 GHz frequency spectrum of its now wholly owned subsidiary Clearwire beyond its existing 38,000 cell tower sites to achieve nationwide LTE coverage is credit positive for the...
Financial Times  Jul 24  Comment 
This year Dish bid for Sprint, the third-largest US mobile operator, and Clearwire, the 4G mobile data company, but lost out to Japan’s SoftBank
Forbes  Jul 12  Comment 
Softbank has finally completed its $21.6 billion takeover of the third largest wireless carrier in the U.S., which gives it a 78% controlling stake in what was formerly Sprint Nextel and will now be called Sprint Corporation. Sprint’s dropping...
Japan Today  Jul 11  Comment 
Japan's SoftBank closed a $21.6 billion deal to gain a controlling stake in Sprint, the firm said Thursday, creating a stronger player in the competitive wireless market by acquiring the number three US mobile carrier. The deal was completed...





 




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