Serious question: is English your first language? I know you have a hard time comprehending, but I don't want to make fun of you if you actually don't understand what's being said. That wouldn't be very nice.
Let me put it very simply for you.
You cannot make money without customers.
Sprint is losing customers.
Therefore, Sprint is losing money.
Profits are defined as earning more than you spend.
Sprint is spending money and not earning.
Therefore, Sprint is not making a profit.
Spectrum is required to expand a wireless network.
Sprint is choosing to let every other carrier buy the limited amount of spectrum.
Therefore, every other carrier will be expanding their network.
Now do you understand? This isn't complicated stuff.
What in the world are your talking about ?. the need for Faster Networks Better Data Plans and lower cost connections will be the Demand for years to come and thats Public Fact. so what Rock have you been under ?. Also it is a fact that Sprint has more Spectrum at present then some put together and seems Son wants it used not sitting in the closet and that may be the very reason Sprint will pass on the Auction but on the other hand TMUS dose not have this option and therefore the word is Suitors is not making a move until after the Auction and that tells me that if TMUS does not get what they NEED no suitor may step up to that table Sprint walked away from no matter what you claim the reason was for. ( FCC or Gov )
Another Point I look at is the class action lawsuit the so called PCS customers have filed against
TMUS ( Public Release ) and should Sprint enter any of them areas they could give them customers another choice for a carrier they may not have couldn't they.
I hope you understand that in many parts of the U.S. many areas still do not have other carriers to chose from Wireless or Cable and thats another proven fact.
So sling all the B.S. you wish
I have to believe this is the same Vision he has for Sprint as his merger tactics are much the Same.
Shame TMUS is not on board for the Ride into the Future.
Someone needs to revisit business school: supply and demand. If there's no demand for your product, increasing supply will lose you money (Sprint's network). If there's high demand for a limited resource and you voluntarily choose not to pursue it, you can't keep up with supply (spectrum). No part of Sprint's plan will lead to profits.
You're boring. Quit repeating the same old tired lines. You either need to step up your trolling game, or find a new hobby.
That is because you are a mid $20 stock at Best. Merger chat got you here at $30 but then again bidders are dropping like Flies. My opinion grab that $33 offer while you have a Sucker on Line
Another bidder may be heading towards the door cause of lack of $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.
So do we hear $33.01 ? ....LOL looks like DT may just have to stick around a while and Pump more cash into TMUS for the Nov. Auction major problem with that is they will be bidding against the Top Two carriers as the #3 carrier made a Public Statement they was not interested this time around but maybe next year at present their are looking more to complete their build out and improve Sparky in High Density Areas giving them and much larger Foot Print and a much lower cost to consumers.
should not be sidetracked by cat & mouse expectation.
Softbank (perhaps in 2016 or after election), Dish or Iliad just need to pay more to get a piece of TMUS.
Everyday over last few weeks we have seen very low volume on this stock giving us no chance of going up. Just going to trade in the 30-31 range until any news on a potential buyout. Snoozefest
I'm not sure what you're talking about, and I don't think you are either. High-quality wifi routers resolve the problem of low-quality wifi routers. Obviously that won't be the case everywhere you go, but it can be the case with near-100% certainty at home, with the TMUS provided router.
There is No Resolve to it ..The Problem with Wi-Fi is that it can not be corrected by anyone. " Can You Here Me Now "
Meaning it is Not like Controlled Spectrum or believe me the Gov. would Not have left it go free all this years.
I bought TMUS when S was making a bid, but I wouldn't count DISH out especially if the Direct/T deal goes through, I just added to my position for total of 350 shares @ 29.00. This stock is a win -win, just be patient!!
A chief difference between T-Mobile and Sprint is the mix of the spectrum and networks: T-Mobile has aligned itself with the bulk of the industry to deploy GSM that has migrated to HSPA and LTE into mid and low band spectrum. That gives T-Mo an advantage in ease of deployment and achieving devices common with other operators and device developments. Sprint has narrow channel low band spectrum (5x5) and limited mid band and must still use CDMA until a full transition to LTE can be made using the same limited spectrum. S's use of 2.5-6GHz LTE band 41 spectrum is difficult to to lower range and building penetration. Of all US operators, Sprint should long have been pursuing in-home/building use of WiFi with handover from 3G similar to recent announcements by TMUS. The higher the frequency mix of an operator, the general rule is that greater use of smallcells is required to achieve similar coverage and signal quality. The new crop of 802.11ac routers, particularly when configured for use with 802.11ac devices that are now available, are, essentially, mobile smallcells because they communicate data in the same basic way using IP/VoIP protocols as the wide area LTE network. Qualcomm, which is among suppliers that incorporates 802.11ac in their newer wireless chips, advocates use of both LTE and 802.11 in unlicensed (Wi-Fi) spectrum. The 802.11ac devices are a relatively simple and low cost way to provide users with something they are familiar with setting up so that they can install it themselves. That has long been the problem for use of spectrum above about 2.1 GHz - The lower signal range and penetration requires, despite improvements in technology over the years, in higher density of base stations or 'nodes' and in-building means of signal reinforcement. The most appropriate type of device for in-home and small building use is the Wi-Fi type router. Now that 802.11ac Wi-Fi is using higher order MIMO and beamforming technologies similar to LTE nodes...
Poor Sprint. Shiny new toys and no one to play with.
Maybe when you hit fourth place the government will let you buy MetroPCS from TMUS, after all, those are the customers who'd comparison shop at "Billy Bob's Hunting, Fishing, and Third Party Sprint Service".
Hey Pinky is that $33 bid from France still up for Grabs yet ?.Oh by the way it looks Sprint is giving TMUS open areas for bidding seems we may have the signed agreements with carriers in them Low areas at much lower cost or none at all. Share Sprint Spectrum for their Spectrum and Towers no thats what i call a Deal.
Yeppers Sprint foot print and build out is already there at billions dollars of savings. Looks like Son came right out of the Sun for you this time ,
Son investing more money in Sprint does not count as revenue, but he may have to keep doing that (at a loss) to keep the other shareholders happy.
Huge call action today for the 9/20 expiring 30's-4,000 contracts went through. I don't know if it was a buy or sell but that is over $500,000 worth of calls.