I keep thinking about an interview Hesse gave, when he said, "If AT&T offers that much for T-Mobile, ($39 Billion), imagine what we're worth?"
If a healthy company offered a bid for Sprint at $13.00 per share ($39 Billion), the AT&T equivalent offer for T-Mobile, that company could issue long-term debt at a much lower rate than Sprint's long-term debt to payoff Sprint's long-term debt.
Just thinking out of the box for a minute.
I'm probably way off the mark. What do you guys think?