SoftBank CEO would ‘love to begin talks’ about Sprint-T-Mobile deal

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Talks of a merger between T-Mobile and Sprint have popped up several times in recent years, and they’re happening again today.

During a recent news conference, SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son expressed interested in merging Sprint and T-Mobile. “Of all potential partners, T-Mobile is the one that would yield the most synergies, the most orthodox choice and we’d sincerely love to begin talks,” Son said, according to Reuters. He went on to say that the existing US administration is more open to such a deal.

Son added that he’d be interested in other deals involving Sprint if better offers arose.

The SoftBank CEO has expressed interest in merging T-Mobile and Sprint several times now, and a report from late last year said that if Son felt that the new head of the FCC would be receptive to a Sprint-T-Mo deal, he’d try to get one done. Of course, T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom would also have to be interested if a deal were to get done. Late last year, DT CEO Tim Hoettges said that he wasn’t “in the mood” to sell T-Mobile US, but that he would consider options to improve DT’s situation under the new administration in the US.

So basically, we’re still at where we’ve been at for awhile now, with SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son interested in a Sprint-T-Mobile deal but no real indication that such a deal is close to happening. Now that we’ve got a new president and new FCC chairman, do you think we’ll see any real movement toward a Sprint-T-Mobile deal?

Source: Reuters

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  • Garblicks

    No person who have been with T-Mobile since before they rebranded themselves “uncarrier” will ever get on a Sprint network. I’d say TMobile has around 7 million former Sprint customers now. They can go back at any time if they want to. TMobile best bet is this DISH, Amazon merger by far

    • HeatFan786

      Yeah, I want to stay away from a cellular provider that cannot even get a bar underneath one of its towers.

  • Garblicks

    No person who have been with T-Mobile since before they rebranded themselves “uncarrier” will ever get on a Sprint network. I’d say TMobile had around 7 million former Sprint customers now. They can go back at any time if they wanted to. TMobile best bet is this DISH, Amazon merger by far

    • Acdc1a

      Dish Network makes the most sense, especially with Dish’s spectrum position, but they have to keep John Legere as CEO or T-Mobile will certainly lose momentum.

      • John Doe

        True, but Dish is too expensive for T-Mobile especially after all the spectrum Dish bought they became too expensive for anyone to purchase them so they will have to roll out their own network or partner with someone but it will be very hard to sell Dish.

  • StevenM

    Sprint, please stay away from T-Mobile!

    • Haze1nut

      More like tmobile please stay away from sprint….

      • StevenM

        That works too…

  • Jason

    I don’t think that even this administration would approve a merger between 3 and 4. Major reduction in competition.

    • Acdc1a

      It’s highly unlikely. One only needs to look to Canada to see how 3 majors “compete.”

    • Jacob Galea

      You think too highly of this administration. They just got rid of Internet privacy rules, I doubt they are above reducing competition. A sprint-tmo deal is inevitable.

      • Jason

        I don’t see it. It needs FCC and Justice Department review. Amd they have quantifiable metrics to see if competition is reduced. Net neutrality and common carrier were just new (controversial) policy for the FCC that is easy to reverse. This would require massive divestitures of spectrum

        • Jacob Galea

          And the FCC and Justice Department are both stacked with lackies. They are not obligated to keep competition in place, they can do it, but its completely up to the people making the decision. It is of course obvious this move would reduce competition, but the people making the decision have a vested interest in reducing competition for their friends in the industry. It is only as easy as two votes. And remember, they can argue that things will be different by enabling tmo and sprint to compete together in terms of coverage with ATT and Verizon (nonsense but it sounds reasonable on the face of it, which is all they need).

        • Jason

          You misunderstand the process. The lackies can’t change the review process. It goes through multiple levels, different departments, the courts. And because of the succesful Tmo ATT blocking, they have precedent as well as to what proper competition produces. Ultimately it wont be denied for any of those reasons, I think it will be a loss of jobs that will influence the lackies. But the other formalized processes will accomplish that

        • Jacob Galea

          I refer you to the recent court decisions against the FTC’s ability to regulate ISPs. All the departments are stacked and the courts are being changed (and even as they are they aren’t enough to prevent the merger). I feel like the guy saying “Trump will win” to the nation before the election and being laughed off.

        • Jason

          I like Trump. I voted for Trump. But what Trump stands for is not just free big business. His goal in everything I have seen is to get companies to produce jobs here. Everything is through that prism. Even if you dont agree with his strongarming of companies to move production back here, thats what he does. The net loss of jobs, and a major loss of jobs at that, will IMO kill it

        • Haze1nut

          Lmao What? Is that what Trumps goals are? He’s for the people, huh?

        • Jason

          I dont know what for the people even means. That sounds like some vaguely commie identity politics phrase. But as far as his policies, yes wherever he can, he believes in using the power of the federal government to create jobs here. Even upto tariffs which Republicans hate and are trying to kill

        • Haze1nut

          Except you’re either grossly misinformed or straight up lying. He’s trying to repeal Dodd-Frank and eliminate the fiduciary rule simply to return wall street back to its pre 2008 “glory days”. He’s refused to separate his businesses from his administration and STILL profits from payments from foreign governments, AND he’s filled his cabinet with billionaires and wants to take away your health insurance so he can give them multimillion $ tax breaks. None of which helps creates more jobs at home. The oposite actually. Tweeting angry words at other companies who source internationally =/= actually doing anything to create more jobs in the US. As for the tarifs other republicans are trying to Kill? That’s because they know that it’ll be the average American worker who pays for them in the end.

        • Jason

          Hate to break it to you buddy. Killing Dodd Frank creates a massive number of new jobs. Infact each regulation he dismantles has a massive economic benefit. From the pipelines to dismantling the abomination of the Waters of the US rule, the approval of the pipelines. And if and when he finally pulls out of the paris agreement and the bullsh-t fake caps on carbon, thats a 2% annual GDP growth increase from that alone. I have no doubt you believe in all of those stupid big government solutions, but the one thing you cant deny is all of them kill jobs and the economy.

        • Haze1nut

          There’s no shame in being conned by an expert con artist. But arguing facts with your own personal opinions makes you look silly. Whats worst is theyre not even your opinions youre just regurgitating Trumps, and his lakies, explanations. Your bullshooting “GDP” quote, gave you away. Everyone that knows anything about economics has already stated it’s a BS number. Repealing laws, rules, and regulations that limit wallstreet and enforces transparency, only helps wallstreet. You cant possibly be gullible enough to believe billionaires have your best interest at heart without rules to enforce upon them. Not sure in what warped logic anyone could think that would help create jobs for average joe. As for obamacare, aka dole care, aka original Republican plan, without even arguing whether it’s good or bad, why bring it up when its proposed replacement is even worst when it comes to the average joe either paying out of pocket or losing coverage? Its replacement is so bad, it couldn’t even pass the house which republicans control. Let that sink in for a minute, republicans didn’t need a single Democrat vote and it STILL couldn’t pass the first go around. So why bring it up? I mean, its like a monkey flinging it’s poo at people, it’s effective at getting someone to leave you alone, but not really a smart counter argument. So whens Trump bringing manufacturing of his family’s clothing line to the US? Did I miss that announcement?

        • Jacob Galea

          Haze1nut, look at what he’s arguing. You’re not going to be able to reason with him. No matter how much you explain the economics, no matter how much you explain the legal system, no matter how much you describe the resumes of the people making the determinations in the regulatory system, you’re never going to change his mind. I advise you instead to drink some tea and save yourself the killed brain cells.

        • Jason

          Oh how cute ;-) We have a stage 5 cling on. He tries so hard to be loved by somebody, anybody. He would drop to his knees just for a sense of approval. Loveeee meeee, I agree with you, Im your frienddddd. Heeees the enemy LOL

        • marque2

          I am so glad the FCC is not regulating my ISP. You are probably too young to remember the FCC regulated pain before ATT was broken up. By the time the ISP meets a the demands, prices would go way up and service down. The government doesn’t protect you, in general it harms you in the name of good intentions.

      • Tony Chen

        Sprint has 37 billion dollars in debt. T mobile is not interested in taking sprint debt your nuts.

        • Haze1nut

          You’ve no idea what that means, do you?

        • Tony Chen

          no im not business savvy person so if your business is healthy and you want to merge with aNOTHER BUSIINESS WITH HUGE DEBT WHATS GOING TO HAPPEN TO THAT DEBT?

        • Haze1nut

          You keep repeating sprints debt but, again, you’ve no clue what that means do you? You think it’s like your monthly credit card bill or being behind on your utility bill, don’t you? That’s what you think when you hear debt? Sprint can’t pay their utility bills… You know Apple is $100billion in debt, right? Does that mean Apple has no value?

        • marque2

          It could .ean Sprint has no value. In accounting to take all the assets and subtract a the debts and what is left is the Vue, if this value is too small it might not be possible Le to pay a price low enough to make the deal worthwhile.

        • Haze1nut

          Its not that simple. Just like the other guy, you’re trying to equate this to something like buying a house or used car. That’s not how this works.

        • marque2

          Actually, that is how it works. Take an accounting class sometime. Now if you are talking about some non realized assets, TMo could purchase the company for very little and somehow, because TMo can use the bandwidth or something, they can make more value out of Sprint combined than with the two companies alone – well yeah, the dreams of many CEOs. However these mergers rarely go as well as percieved and often the extra value due to synergies is not realized.

          As for tax write off – if Sprint is a total loss, I would rather have my billion, than spend that billion so I can get 300 million back in tax breaks. These write-offs aren’t as Grand as folks think.

          Anyway, there is a term for paying more than a company is worth. It is called Goodwill. If the balance sheets show Sprint to be worth 1 billion, and TMo thinks there is more value than most people think and pay $2 billion, that extra billion is called Goodwill and is written off of taxes over time (again you only get 30-35% of that money back, so the CEO better find a way to make the company grow after that) often mergers are also done when the CEO is doing a poor job, because the merger will hide the incompetence for awhile as all gets blamed on the merger

        • Haze1nut

          I took accounting in college while I was getting my business degree. You wrote a bunch of blah blah blah and still incorrect. Nice google skills though, but the simple bottom line is, so long as Sprint isn’t bankrupt, it is still profitable making everything you wrote inaccurate. And no. No, that is not how it works in the world of business. I used Apple as an example because I figured it would be the easiest way for people to understand but apparently I gave some of you too much credit. No one takes the 100billion Apple is in debt and subtracts it from the 800billion it’s worth. That’s not how business sheets are ran. Theres a reason for that. Only a fraction of that debt is actual monies owed, and it is spread out over years against the operating budget. The rest is paper borrowed from itself against it’s shares. Same applies to sprint. Which would be liquidated upon a buyout/merger PLUS the actual capital being used to pay down any debt. Which is why it isnt as simple as adding and subtracting money coming in and going out as you tried to make it. Profit =/= value. The value of a company can’t be measured by simply adding up it’s assets and subtracting it’s debts. Where would you even get that from?. Taking a high school economics class doesn’t make you an expert. You should take your own advice and take an accounting class sometime. You’d be surprised how the real world works.

        • marque2

          Dude, unfortunately you have no idea what you are talking about. You are mixing up debt and value. You are also denying basic accounting rules on how to evaluate the worth of a company. Yes just as my home loan has me in debt the assets are greater than the debt, which is what we all know you are talking about, but isn’t relevent to the discussion. Sprint isn’t as fortunate as I am or Apple and their (hopefully you remember this from accounting) their debt to asset ratio is considerably higher. So if you want to be useful, let’s figure out how much debt relative to assets Sprint has and compare it to Other US Cellular companies. I am guessing as well as the other poor guy you are bashing, is the ratio is particularly high, and therefore absorbing the company would put a great debt hit on TMo in addition to whatever they lose paying for the for the company.

          There are other factors to consider but this is a big one.

        • Tony Chen

          what i mean is that sprint have made more loans through their creditors thats how that 37.5 billion debt they own to their creditors right now. it was 35 billion in 2015 now its gone up to 37.5 billion they own to creditors.

        • Haze1nut

          That’s where you dont understand and thats not what’s happening. Youre thinking its like if you financed a new car and people would say “hes $30k in debt”. Business isnt that simple. Sprint is getting into more debt by leasing itself to continue to grow. A problem that won’t exist if someone with more capital were to buy it out. Sprint currently has enough cash to cover over $10billion of that debt right now and enough assets to cover maybe another 10. The rest of that is from notes that wouldn’t be due until 2029. More than enough time for someone to be able to try and cover the cost while making a profit. Just like when Cingular bought out AT&T wireless and all its debt for $41billion just for the name and subscribers.

        • Francisco Peña

          They wouldn’t take on all that debt. They’d slice and dice aspects of that company to make it leaner. MAss firings and such to remove overlap between the companies. That debt will go down from that. Then the debt is also a tax writeoff, thus lowering what they pay in taxes each year. Many companies want some debt to offset gains overall.

          Like doing your taxes, if you in the US. You want all the loopholes and credits and deductions you can to lower your overall tax rate.

        • Haze1nut

          Plus Sprint has enough to cover about 1/3 of it at the moment. And aside from $10billion of it, most isn’t due until 2029 or something like that. And a lot of that note is from sprint basically regurgitating itself by selling off, then leasing itself.

      • J.J.

        I agreed Fcc’s Pai loves mergers.

  • Paul Garrison

    IT would made sense for T-mobile several years ago, but it makes zero sense especially for the consumers of all 4 major carriers. T-Mobile has made it great for Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint customers. Any merger between the big 4 would be anti-consumer.

  • Arysyn

    I’d much rather see DT keep T-Mobile and buy out Dish to merge into T-Mobile.

    • Dillon Hewitt

      I cannot agree more with you on this!! Dish has so much spectrum…

    • John Doe

      If Trumps probusiness policies get implemented with the tax reform and the deregulation, I can see DT investing in T-Mobile again. But that will never happen LoL

  • Tony Chen

    Hahaah only a matter of time before sprint go. BAnkrupt. They are desperate

    • John Doe

      That will never happen they will sell and there are a lot of cable companies interested. Comcast is looking. I would rather have sprint merge with T-Mobile than comcast buying T-Mobile.

  • Mike

    Softbank want out of Sprint They can’t sell Sprint no one wants it so a merger with T-Mobile is their best option. Sprint reputation has been bad for years but it’s at a all time low. Sprint has a wealthy owner but it’s not worth the $$$ for them to redo the network.

    • Tony Chen

      Sprint went from 35 billion in debt to 37.5 billion in debt. Nobody wants to take on sprints debt

      • Jacob Galea

        It could be worth it to t-mobile so they are only competing with ATT and Verizon. There wouldn’t be the same motivation to suppress prices coming from sprint. Remember too that t-mobile needs customer volume and revenue. Sprint would be an excellent way to buy customers and spectrum in one shot. If they asked for a reasonable price and I was Legere, I’d take the deal.

        • Francisco Peña

          No one is competing with Sprint anyways even now.

        • J.J.

          I’m aware they are hemorrhaging but Sprint still has almost 60 million customers and the lowest prices of the big 4, T-Mobile merger would kill that competition and they would be instant number 1 carrier(in subscribers). That seems hard to turn down.

        • Mirad77

          You are looking at the wrong numbers. Look at the balance sheet, the infrastructure and any recent deals or investments that will be detrimental to the buyer or merger (like CDMA to GSM). 60 million is just face value which isn’t wort a whole lot with deals like this one.

        • Al Khan

          Sprint cannot survive for long unless it is bought out by another Carrier like T-Mobile. Sprint network would have to be junked as Sprint like most carriers of the World use GSM. While Verizon in USA uses CDMA an out dated technology not popular with any outside USA. Besides the four major players in the market have 85% of US market charging four times for Broad Band compared to Sweden a tiny market compared to the US market. This is well illustrated by author Susan Crawford in her book ” Captive Audience”. It is their lobbying and doling out dollars to Congress and FCC or planting their senior guys like Ajit Pai current Head of FCC to tow the line of the masters so that when his term ends he will definitely get a Senior job and huge perks at any of the four major players. Talking of corruption it is such a glaring example of Musical Chairs game played by the top management of the largest four carriers. Yet Americans are stupid and blind to what is carried by the elites and ruling class to subjugate Americans. It’s a farce to call America a democracy when in fact it is nothing but a “moneycracy.

        • Wezi427

          I guess you live in the Ivory Tower. The fact that you come to this website to show your obvious distaste for Americans and its way of life is sad. If you currently reside here please move back to where you or your family came from. I’ll help you pack.

        • Mirad77

          You are assuming that none of Sprint’s nor T-Mobile’s current customer will leave after a said merger which is naive.

        • marque2

          I don’t see why TMo customers would leave, and Sprint customers are so low in motivation and IQ that they stay with Sprint. Don’t see themeaving any time soon.

  • Francisco Peña

    Better be TMo/DT buying Softbank/Sprint because I’d hate to be under the Sprint umbrella.

    • Joe Carroll

      I would seriously consider a job change if Sprint bought T-Mo vs TMo buying Sprint (I work for MetroPCS)

  • Joe Carroll

    T-Mobile doesn’t have to merge with Sprint, because they are slowly putting them out of business anyway, without taking on any risk.

  • Rob H.

    Eh no thanks. Just let Sprint fold on its own.

  • frankinnoho

    Oh god, this guy again. He’s like a pushy neighbor who keeps trying to invite himself over. I suppose it’s to late to turn the lights out and pretend we aren’t home.

  • J.J.

    With this current us administration this deal becomes a real possibility. If so hopefully TMO kills of the Sprint name, which utilize spectrum, and then slowly migrate customers from cdma as painless as possible!

    • Vincent

      Good luck with that. Tmo and sprint networks are completely incampatible. They would have to get all sprint customers on tmo towers possibly with new handsets. Eventually shutdown the cdma towers and repurpose them for gsm and lte. It would be a nightmare

      • Mike

        Sprint phones today can work on GSM networks I had a iPhone 7+ and Galaxy S7 both unlocked working on T-Mobile . T-Mobile will just have to unlock the phones and those on super old phone to upgrade to a free basic smartphone.

        • Vincent

          Your forgetting tmos new network and their current LTE require specific bands. Not all of sprints smart phones would work on tmo. Not to mention none of sprints handsets would work on their upcoming 600 mhz spectrum.

        • Mike

          Non of T-Mobile phones work on 600 MHz Spectrum either. Majority of Sprint phones within the last 2 years can work on T-Mobile if unlocked which T-Mobile could easily do. For those on older phones T-Mobile can offer free upgrades like they did with Metro PCS.

        • Vincent

          I’m betting a lot of sprint phones don’t have band 12 that’s important on tmo. But either way my point remains…….2 gsm carriers merging is much easier than a cdma and gsm carrier merging.

        • Mike

          Samsung, iphones, LG, and HTC does have band 12 on newer devices. Heck even older tmobile phones don’t have band 12.

        • Wezi427

          The same could be said about T-Mobiles current phone lineup, none those have 600mhz.

      • turtle6988

        Like they did with MetroPCS? That was not a nightmare and it was done in less than 2 years. With Sprint it would take a little longer

  • Jay Fourmont

    In the beginning sprint tried to aquire tmo, that failed because of fcc requirements and anti monopoly laws. As mergers are a normal situation, to keep companies from filing bankruptcy protection. Sprint has done this a few times already, they are losing customers left and right. It took a billionaire stock trader to buy sprint and didn’t even have a true business model when doing so. Now, for some of you, Tmo would have the better end of the deal if such a merger DID happen. Sprint would have to liquidate their assets and spectum to tmo, in turn tmo would get the biggest chunk of the pie vs, verizon or att. In turn tmo would be the largest carrier next to att and verizon, not to mention all the subsidies in third party companies that sprint rents their spectrum out to i.e. creedo mobile, boost etc. Tmo shares would expand exponentially and investors would win. Also, the customers that every sub carrier would have from sprints network, would be on tmo.

    You’re talking an additional 20-75 million subscribers on sprint and subsidies. Tmo wouldn’t be anymore at the middle of the pole, it would be at the top. Notice how verizon is losing customers, as well att to tmo. Tmo pricing is far superior than those combined, and they had to play catch up for over 5 years (verizon & att). Notice how they’re attempting to price match with tmo, also the fees associated to their subscribers (verizon, att) are for the investors’ portfolios. Mind the fact, this just a speculation. If the fcc allows the merger, you’ll see an even more reduced price with the broadest spectrum in the entire world, which wouldn’t be too bad for tmo. Now, if tmo aquires dish network, there goes the neighborhood, EVERYONE will jump with tmo, verizon would file bankruptcy protection as well att. But, there goes the consumer “choice” aspect, instead of four carriers, you’ll be with three. That will heat up the stocks as well carrier innovation to get as many clients possible before the 2019 5G rollout. Which is precisely what tmo is attempting to do. This is merely my opinion folks, as i see it. Which reminds me, i have to buy more stock in tmo :P

    • Mirad77

      Your wishful thinking is that att and verizon are just gonna sit back and relax as sprint and tmo merges to become number one. The current FCC chairman is a verizon’s pick (their former lawyer and prodigy). You’d be surprised how this merger goes down.

      • Sayahh

        Yeah, what’s stopping a Verizon – Sprint merger?

    • Johnnola504

      Jay, what about the cost of combining a cdma and a gsm carrier. I’m sure TMO would look to migrate Sprint customers to GSM. I believe Metro PCS was originally a cdma network and they did a great job moving it to T-Mobiles network. But Speint is a much larger company then MetroPCS. What are your thoughts on this? What about the massive amount of debt that Sprint would bring?

      • Jay Fourmont

        John, yes metro was a cdma at one time, if you remember tmo acquired them years ago and migrated the network flawlessly, as well acquired their subscribers. Sprint isn’t so much a larger company than it was 20 years ago, it’s shrinking, remember when tandy Corp (radio shack) merged with them, thus tandy went practically bankrupt soon after, they only lasted about 8 months after the merger. As far as debt goes with Sprint is concerned, they would have to file bankruptcy and liquidate their remaining assets. Sprint is literally hemmoraging money to stay afloat. Their spectrum would be a free for all with much of the carriers grabbing for it in a second. At this point tmo would have first dibs in how much they can get at once, do keep that in mind

      • Zach Mauch

        The CDMA network is all the old backbone. Every carrier uses the same modern LTE technology which is compatible. Also, the carriers are all trying to transition to VoLTE. The old CDMA and GSM networks really don’t have long for this world.

  • francob911 .

    Hopefully this doesnt happen if theirs 3 carriers in the US it will equal to higher prices for the consumers 4 carriers equals to more competition and lower prices for us all

  • rosedawg

    No merger, thank you! Sell out to T-Mobile and walk away. Keep that sprint stink away from T-Mobile.

  • Corey

    Its going to happen sooner or later and we will see comcast looking at purchasing the merger.

    • Mike

      Comcast & Verizon are in some kind of agreement so I don’t see Comcast buying Sprint with them being 37 billion in debt. ATT owns directv, hbo,and other networks. Verizon with Comcast who owns NBC will be huge. T-mobile needs Dish in the long run. Like ATT is doing with free HBO Go we will see them N Verizon offer TV content for their cellular customers. T-mobile and Dish can offer Sling TV and get some good spectrum.

      • Corey

        Last couple of days articles about comcast and charter making an agreement not to make any offer with any carrier for one year which ultimately means that something big is in the works. Both are looking at purchasing a carrier.

        • Mike

          Comcast is a mvno of Verizon so a possible Verizon buyout.

  • Zach Mauch

    Sprint is going to go bankrupt. It is only a matter of time. With the current administration likely nothing will hold up a merger. However, it is still worth playing the game. The question the FTC should be asking is “What situation is best for the consumer”. Is it better to let sprint die on the vine and then have to sell everything off in bankrupcy or is it better to allow Sprint to be bought out or merge with another carrier.

    A sprint and T-Mobile merger would make T-Mobile virtually equal with AT&T and Verizon. It might hold T-Mobile back for a short period in order to clean house, but T-Mobile could easily become the market leader at their current pace.

    What we would end up with then is a very equal triopoly. I am no expert, but that sounds much better than forcing sprint into a slow death and requiring T-Mobile to continue climb for several more years before equaling AT&T and Verizon. Not to mention it would cement better competition in the wireless space.

    • Zach Mauch

      Actually, T-Mobile might not be willing to merge simply due to Sprint’s debts. They could wait it out and buy them up through bankrupcy hearings at a much smaller rate. Eh… none of this is simple.

    • Jay

      idk less competition in the market means higher prices for consumers. and Sprint just needs to go away. if they don’t adapt they will die. which is what was happening they didn’t want to change or upgrade noe they are paying the price.

  • bkat11

    Of course he does! He chose a sinking ship now he needs something right to correct that wrong

  • ” J.D. “

    I for one am tired of hearing this guy wine ! ))) LEAVE T-MOBILE ALONE ((( Sprint sucks and everyone Knows it Die on your own – and die Quietly at that ….,,/(òÓ,),,/

  • Paul Garrison

    There is an article where T-Mobile parent company still wants out of the US and talks will start soon.

  • Jess

    Ugh I sure hope not. They are wanting to use TMO as a lifeboat. Screw that LOL

  • Noooooooooo

  • Good

    Screw you Sprint

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