After a string of poor financial results and underwhelming sales of the HTC One, an analyst from JP Morgan suggests that a merger between HTC and Huawei could help the struggling business survive.
In the face of a strong $25 billion counterbid from Disk Network, Softbank is reportedly considering a bid for T-Mobile if its $21 billion offer for Sprint falls through.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that T-Mobile intends to sweeten their offer to buyout Metro PCS. This sweetened deal will likely reduce that $15 billion loan debt the newly formed company would almost immediately assume.
Investment groups with an interest in Metro PCS are becoming increasingly vocal about their opposition to the deal. Their position is that a merger would saddle the new company with too much debt.
A light breeze of change is blowing for a little while in the wireless carrier world, with at least two of the four major American “players” looking to go through massive management alterations.
The FCC has approved of the T-Mobile, Metro PCS merger. The new operator will assume T-Mobile US branding. Are you excited?
Sprint responds to US Justice Department’s request to FCC to temporarily halt Sprint merger with Softbank.
After a failed merger attempt with T-mobile last year, AT&T have announced that they are planning to purchase rural network provider Alltel for $780 million.
Terms like 4G and LTE have been tossed around with abandon the past year or so. Every carrier is either touting their LTE network, or promising you’ll have it soon. LTE is definitely our future, but it’s not our present. We are on the brink of some really fast data transmission speeds, so let’s get to know our new friend LTE. Is it really the new Standard? More importantly, when will you get it?
We are in the golden era of mobile technology, and the industry isn’t resting on its laurels. While Apple may have started this industry on a new path, its reign at the top may soon be over.