Now is that anyway to treat your Future Bidder ?.
But then maybe there is News to be release son that just maybe Dish stepped back like Sprint did from the Table without a Bid.
OH My what will that do to TMUS Future stock value or even the UGLY Future DT said it had anyways.
Remember Dish always said Sprint was the Better choice of the Two.. Could be something going Press in the very near Future. Just my Opinion
easy is the one i read for your (park) information, and those post are ones which are sane. insane are those longs In tmus which loses money, pays no dividend, has a parent who wants this deformed thing tmus to go away, free party goer joker as big honcho, tmus wants more customers and lose more money at the same time. what a business plan! more correctly it is bankruptcy plan. $3 max is tmus per share, and that also under ideal circumstances.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Just a Larger Partnership with Sprint will do the same and Dish will save all them billions that it would have given to DT at $40 a share.
What part of this do you NOT understand TMUS is still living on Hype merger Rumors since the so called Sprint Bid took it from low / mid $20's to $35 then back to mid $20's when Sprint walked away.
Now all hopes for TMUS is a Dish Deal even TMUS owners made that Public and with a Partnership already signed between Sprint / Dish what do you really think the chances of that is ?. My opinion is slim to none.
A problem is that DISH/Ergen have acquired too much spectrum... yes, too much because combining what they have with either T-Mobile or Sprint will result in some being required to be stripped out by the FCC. That may not prove to be an overwhelming obstacle so long as the parties could agree to a merger. I agree with the comment that both Sprint-Softbank and DISH-Ergen want to retain control. That cannot, however, be taken as an absolute requirement. Mr. Ergen has said his long term goal was to either sell the spectrum or build a new type of TV+mobile service platform and business model. It appears what he is saying is he is willing to be cashed out but only if he gains a multiple of what he paid to assemble the spectrum... with or without the DISH operation. Ergen has never closed off his options by saying he would not sell either or that he had to remain in control. The reason why many think Ergen would have to retain a degree of control of DISH is because his history to show him to take the role of a man who likes to be in total charge.. even to the extent of setting up side companies using borrowed capital based on his value in DISH and his daughter's trust fund. "Control freak" is not a misplaced description... and one he has successfully used to parlay converted MSS, scraps picked up in bankruptcies, and, recently, fought after mainstream AWS-3 spectrum into a mix suited for mixed mobile+satellite+home wireless broadband service platform construction.
Ergen's goals so far have spectrum and plans with only demonstration networks to bridge to uphill competition with powerful, entrenched mobile operators. Why does anyone think it would be easy for
DISH to gain marketshare when T-M and S almost kill each other trying? Combined, TMUS and S only budge share by 2-3% over the past year which is an improvement over prior year's losses but no golden ring to long term sustainability. DISH wil have to spend ~$20 billion over five years to try to get maybe 10%?
Sorry I forgot you are one of them people that think TMUS is going North over all the customers they bought out of ETF's onto No Contracts and my opinion of that is the Old saying " Here Today Gone Tomorrow ".
Repeat after me . I Believe in the Party Boy .... I Believe in the Party Boy .....I Believe in the Party Boy .
yes many on Earth don't like to face the Facts but then again you read and also made a commit so whats that make you? .
Just let Dish make one commit about the partnership it already has with Sprint and it will be the End.
TMUS will go down in the History Books as the most Flip Flop stock on Rumors
TMUS has nothing to do with it . It is DT shares that are up for sale not all on TMUS shares what part of this do you not understand. DT could very well sell their shares today as they are not locked in anymore .There is nothing in this country that said you have to remain the owner of anything so in real life they could sell in a 2 / 3 part agreement at a fixed price and exit the U.S.
I foresee a large Sell Off as TMUS gets closer to $34 area as the ones sell and wipe their foreheads and take a Deep Breach and says that was a close one waiting on that $40 merger to happen.
Now that would make a lot of sense since many recouped their losses buying in high on rumors and sit the side lines and see what the future may bring.
No Merger one is looking at a mid to lower $20 share price.
My opinion is that maybe it is already starting I can't figure why they be paying low to mid $30 with No bidder at the table.
next week will be the call when the aws3 bid winners are allowed to talk if Charlie don't throw a number at TMUS then it is History. I often wonder while Son was waiting on the Sprint merger to close why Dish did not move right over to TMUS with a offer. Strange Huh?
lets not forget Sprint and Dish already have a partnership / agreement in hand and that is all it takes. why everyone think a merger is so important beats the hell out of me.
Both keeps control of their own company and both can reduce cost and increase Profits at the same way . So mergers do not have to happen unless you are TMUS with a owner that wont Partner and wants $40 a share to get out of the Country.Not counting the debt and $5 billion a year to run TMUS it will take many years to regain that investment with what you got out of the deal.
Remember DT said TMUS has a UGLY future without a merger. How much clearer can that get and was the Gov. and FCC really the reason Sprint backed off of a bid or was it what they saw in that Private Data room they was granted too ?.