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While the official vote date remains unchanged from April 16, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has proposed to conditionally approve the T-Mobile/Sprint merger (see below.) The CPUC recommends that T-Mobile encact “extensive conditions”, which they’ve already agreed to: Provide 5G wireless service with speeds of at least 100 Mbps to 99 percent of California’s population by Read more…

Another small step in the T-Mobile Sprint merger has taken place, as the “new T-Mobile” reached a settlement with California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Becerra, co-led a coalition of 14 states in an unsuccessful attempt to end the merger in court. James announced last month she would not pursue an appeal after a judge ruled in the Read more…

T-Mobile has announced a merger completion date of April 1 (ironic, if you ask us), but the CPUC is insisting they won’t meet to discuss the last step in the merger until April 16. CPUC approval is needed for the merger to go forward in California. At least technically – the New T-Mobile could launch in April Read more…

I received a direct message from a T-Mobile salesperson, which I found interesting: Good Morning Adam As you may have heard in the news, the final steps of the Sprint/T-Mobile merger have been approved and set to move forward. Now what? Well, T-Mobile will be the brand name of course so the great news is we will Read more…

A fairly large number of Metro by T-Mobile inside staff were let go by T-Mobile. Apparently, all departments that “ran reports” including departments and positions like Analysts and Administrative Assistants, as well as other staff, in Finance, Operations, Training and Business Development were told that T-Mobile would use the corporate departments to provide those services to Metro. Read more…

The California Public Utilities Commission, the (just about) final step to the final approval of the (final) Sprint and T-Mobile merger is now set to be decided on April 16, 2020 at the Commission Meeting. Probably. Most Likely. You can see the notice below, and click on it to enlarge it. — NWIDA members, contact us today Read more…

Per an email from Sprint CEO Michel Combes, Sprint and T-Mobile have amended their Business Combination Agreement, or “BCA” Both boards of directors approved the amendment, and details can be found in our joint press release with T-Mobile and in the Form 8-K filed by Sprint. Per Combes, the exchange ratio hasn’t changed and Sprint shareholders will Read more…

The Sprint / T-Mobile merger inched a bit closer to reality when NY AG Leticia James said she would not appeal the recent lawsuit decision to allow the merger. In a statement, Attorney General James said the decision to respect the court’s ruling was made after thorough analysis, and added attention would now turn to working to Read more…

Wellllll… to quote Monty Python I’m not dead yet Apparently DT (parent of T-Mobile) has been pushing to change the terms the merger with Sprint. It seems DT isn’t pleased with Sprint’s poor performance over the last two years, according to the Financial Times. Two sources told the newspaper DT pressed Softbank (parent of Sprint) to reduce Read more…

As we said when the deal was first announced, our concern and concentration has been and continues to be the over 40,000 independently owned wireless dealers and repair shops. We call on Dish to work with us, as well as the Boost dealers and Masters, to ensure these thousands of small-medium sized businesses and the tens of Read more…

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