Braxton Carter to speak at Deutsche Bank conference on Wednesday

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For those of you interested, T-Mobile announced this morning that its Chief Financial Officer and EVP, Braxton Carter would be speaking at 12:25 Eastern at the Deutsche Bank 2014 Leveraged Finance Conference on Wednesday, October 1st. There are often some intriguing tidbits of information shared during these addresses. So if you want to listen in, you can tune in to the live webcast at http://investor.t-mobile.com, or go back later in the day to catch the on-demand replay.

As for the conference itself, it’s held once a year and has done for the past 22 years:

The aim of the Conference is to gather the most important issuers, investors and sponsors to discuss the themes that drive strategies. The agenda has been designed to provide a balance of informative keynote sessions, interactive panel discussions and one-on-one meetings. We have once again used our global reach, expertise and deep relationships to deliver a world-class agenda and attendee list.

Exactly what Carter’s going to speak about in his segment is yet to be announced. It’ll be interesting to hear if any more information on any potential merger or sale is mentioned. Iliad SA is still, allegedly, chasing financiers to get a more tempting bid ready for a T-Mobile US buyout, and other, potential suitors have been hinted at. Of course, we don’t expect him to give the game away. But we do know that Deutsche Telekom is looking to sell to a company that has U.S. spectrum and a U.S. customer base. Perhaps the reason why Dish is seen as the perfect partner by many.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • krym73

    What about those of us that are interested in the Note 4 and the Note Edge, Cam? The Note 4 is available for display at your local Best Buy store, and the Note Edge is in display in select Best Buy stores.If you have any doubts call your local BestBuy store to confirm.

    • kev2684

      what does that have to do with anything?

      • Adrayven

        It’s spam, he’s a bot, someone is directing it specifically at tmonews and cam. /shrug..

        • JBLmobileG1

          A bot for whom? Samsung or Best Buy? Haha. If it is a real person, my guess is that he works for either and more than likely Samsung since Samsung has their litte store’s in Best Buy. I don’t see why they are trying so hard to push the Note 3. Maybe they are scared it won’t sell as well as they hoped because Apple now offers a phone with a bigger screen or that it’s not too different from the Note 3 besides a better screen, camera, and processor. :/ It will sell, but I agree with everyone else, STOP telling us that you can go to Best Buy to check it out… I think people looking to upgrade or get one already know this by now.

        • its an SEO bot… most likely for best buy

    • Bryck

      TOP SPAMING!!! YOU’VE BEEN DOING THIS ON EVERY THREAD ON THIS SITE. GO SOMEWHERE ELSE.

      • Adrayven

        Report him.. only thing you can do..

    • donnybee

      Give it a rest, man! Do you want to go play with it? Go play with it already! If you’re really THAT interested in it, then get off here and get to your local BestBuy store.

  • Bryck

    STOP SPAMING!!! YOU’VE BEEN DOING THIS ON EVERY THREAD ON THIS SITE. GO SOMEWHERE ELSE.

  • VG

    I highly doubt that the CFO of T-Mobile US would be allowed to share any info about the shares owned by Deutsche Telekom. As far as DT is concerned, Carter is just an employee of a company in which they own 67% of the shares. Now, if the CFO of DT were speaking, maybe there might be some info shared.

  • No, we don’t know whether DT is looking to sell TMUS to a company with US spectrum and customers. We do know about this rumor though.

  • I am SO tired of hearing rumors about buying/selling – just let it happen… good lord

  • UMA_Fan

    Maybe all the cable companies nationwide can pitch in together and every router they sell becomes an auto authenticate solution for wifi calling greatly enhancing coverage for all T-Mobile customers.

  • Volker

    Cam, has the CFO of T-Mobile US (or T-Mobile USA previous years, I guess) spoken at this conference in previous years? If not than this could be big news but if that’s a yes, maybe not so much. More info in the article to give some background would help put this in context better. Just saying.

    • Volker

      P.S., there appears to be a bug in the Disquss system that prevents typing once focus from the text area has been lost such as scrolling up on the page.