Ok so 25 years of 0 or negative FCF. Got it. POS.
Love to see it
“I don’t think anything’s really changed,” Ergen said, speaking about his failure to lure Sprint away from Softbank with a $25 billion bid earlier this summer. “Strategically, we still think everything we talked about in the last few months and last few years is just as important as it was then.” With or without Sprint, he said, Dish is still in the position of trying to answer the questions “how do you put communications, inside the home and outside — how do you put that together into one national company?”
than we do any of the other wireless provides,” Ergen said. “You can make good, rational decisions when you have full knowledge, and we’ve spent the last five years gaining an awful lot of knowledge.”
But make no mistake, while he respects the team at T-Mobile, Ergen is still gunning for a piece of Sprint, calling it a “pretty good weapon.”
“…I think Sprint is capable of much, much more, right?” said Ergen. “They have a better spectrum position, more spectrum and Dan Hesse did a great job in terms of transiting that company and basically saving that company and he did a great job in selling that company, but now they’ve got the right guy for a war, right? And so, I like what Sprint is doing.”
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