TMUS looking for 'spectrum'. About 2 billion dollars worth. Looks like this might be the time for the two to meet in the back room and work out a great deal for both. Merged just might be worth a zillion to each.
and with recent innovative moves coming from TMUS, it looks like they have someone with some creativity running things over there now, someone who would have the vision needed to realize the benefits, and to what degree those benefits would produce in the realm of mobile viewing of media content, especially through the ever increasing appeal of tablets as they are coming in every shape and size with some very high quality options out there for under $200.
TMUS obviously sees the value in tablets and their appeal for use in enjoying entertainment, particularly video content which would become far more appealing if it a user could view that video content outside of a wifi connection thanks to a very reasonable data plan being offered.
With the additttion of Dish's + LS2 spectrum along with their pay tv service which can provide a very legitimate plan for just $19.99 the first year and either $5 or $!0 more the second year, including the first 3 months receiving several movie channels free such as HBO and I believe Starz.
Unveil the UltraViolet connected Blockbuster on demand service for consumers new release movie rental and purchase needs, a service that far exceeds anything that is offered by the competition in it's ability to deliver top level video and audio quality as well as seamless delivery of smooth uninterrupted content thanks to the strength produced through the addition of Dish's spectrum to that which TMUS already has, and also providing the most efficient VOD platform for use over mobile devices and transitioned onto any other viewing screen in a truly seamless manner as the viewer is able to begin viewing on their tablet, walk in the house, turn on the tv and resume watching where they left off.