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    promyway
    Peter cfo this afternoon reaffirmed all forecasted financials , postpaid and prepaid net adds. Elites will come at the high end. It looks like the hack had a mild impact at the beginning but customers flow returns back to normal
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    nunezgomez
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    Big M
    When you are the number 1 Telecommunications Company in the USA, Those enemies like AT&T, or Verizon sell the wolves after you if your slip a little. I would be surprised if we find AT&T and Verizon teaming up to fund these lawsuits, not to win but to scratch TMOBILE's image Create a sentiment that they are crashing and the 5G service is bad.

    The real deal is that they are getting hammered by TMO on all fronts. T crying to FCC they TMO has to much power. Ignoring that for years they spend billions dominating 4g and overleveraging itself to stay on top. But when the technology changed, they could not complete, they put to much equity in old technology. For year they lied to there customers by implying 4GE was 5G. TMO exposed that lie and now they are losing the real 5G battle.

    TMO is still extremely over valued. One of the best short and long term investments in the market.
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    Blue Horseshoe
    It’s time to start paying dividends.
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    Steve
    The most recent drop was similar to the current one in the chart and it took 2-3 months to recover. Even if the share price recovers, time would be wasted not making money with my money. Thanks TMUS. For a high tech company, you need to spend money to beef up against hacking.
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    Brett
    Looks like DT and SoftBank are the winners here. Not one mention of the TMUS shareholders.

    It increases the number of DT-owned T-Mobile shares by 65 million, up from 539 million today to 604 million, according to New Street Research.
    RELATED: DT rumored to want majority control of T-Mobile US
    Most of the deal shares (45 million) come from the swap with SoftBank, while 20 million are being acquired from the Japanese conglomerate with cash – about $2.4 billion – from DT’s sale of T-Mobile Netherlands to private equity firms Warburg Pincus and Apax.
    New Street said DT’s more than 48% share could get diluted back down if T-Mobile’s stock reaches above $150 per share and Softbank exercises certain options.  
    “DT though still has options over a further 56m TMUS shares (7m fixed price at $101, 29m floating price option from Softbank and the remaining 20m call option from a financial institution),” wrote New Street’s James Ratzer. “This would equate to a 4.3% diluted stake, which would still [give] them the ability to guarantee a majority stake in TMUS.”
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    promyway
    Something to ponder: Deutsch telecom just exercised its option to buy 65 million shares from SoftBank. Obviously if there is a fallout from recent hack that will negatively affect Tmus business Deutsch telecoms would not go thru this transaction. They must think the recent drop represent a opportunistic time to increase their Tmus holdings.
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    JohnnyDetroit
    Price is now below the 200 day moving average...
  • B
    Brett
    Another T-Mobile sell off on twice the daily average volume and no news…..something going on behind the curtain and it isn’t favorable to retail shareholders.
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    Len
    Matt Wagner, has a new target price of $175 per share.
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    REGNAD KCIN
    "We also launched our five-year Equity In Action plan, which reflects our commitment to embed diversity, equity, and inclusion even more strongly in our company culture with ambitious programs to continue building diverse talent across our company to reflect communities we serve."

    All that matters is EQUITY and not the kind you find on a Balance Sheet.
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    Brett
    Mike Seivert:
    Class action lawsuits keep piling up against T-Mobile as the PPS continues to collapse.
    John Legere:
    You left T-Mobile a millionaire. Hope you’re enjoying life….
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    JohnnyDetroit
    Softbank sold its large chunk of shares to DT/Current shareholders in June 2020 for just over $100 per share...if the price reaches that level again, probably good time to load up. If DT was buying at that price, then it was an obvious good value.
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    Brett
    What does this mean for the T-Mobile retail shareholders?

    Under the swap agreement, Deutsche Telekom plans to exercise call options granted under a 2020 deal to acquire about 45 million T-Mobile shares, issuing 225 million new shares to SoftBank in exchange, Tokyo-based SoftBank said in a statement on Tuesday. The German company will then acquire additional T-Mobile stock after it completes the sale of the Netherlands unit.
    At the end of the transactions, SoftBank will end up with 4.5% of Deutsche Telekom and about a 3.3% slice of T-Mobile, which could rise to 6.9% contingent on the U.S. carrier hitting certain milestones. 
    Last year, Son unloaded part of its holdings in T-Mobile in a $21 billion deal that helped pay for a record buyback of SoftBank’s own shares. The Japanese company has also pledged $13.3 billion of T-Mobile shares for a $4.38 billion margin loan. SoftBank said in the statement it will be able to use Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile shares as collateral for “financing and hedging purposes.”
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    Brett
    T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) is down 2.2% postmarket following the news that a block trade of 12.5 million shares is up for offer through J.P. Morgan. The shares, from an unknown seller, are being offered at $130-$131 each, according to Bloomberg.
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    Brett
    More selling…Hi John Legere, Mike Seivert is not CEO material…..
    (Reuters) - Massachusetts' attorney general said on Tuesday she will investigate the cyberattack against T-Mobile US Inc that exposed personal information of more than 53 million people.
    Maura Healey, the attorney general, announced the probe after the third-largest U.S. wireless carrier disclosed the breach on Aug. 16.
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    Investor Place
    Sadly identify theft is big business. Any company that stores your personal info is going to be a Target. And companies like Target, Walmart, Cam4, AddHaar, First American Financial, LinkedIn on multiple occasions, Equifax, Facebook, Quora, Marriott, MGM, Heartland, ZOOM, EBay, YAHOO on more than one occasion.
    Its happened before, and its going to happen again, and there will be no shortage of gaslighting sensationalist Karen and Chad's, acting like its the end is nigh, and that when it does happen to a company, its the only company that its ever happened to.

    TMUS had been lucky for the most part, but this should be a wake up call that they're a prime target now that their number of customers has grown exponentially in the last few years.
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    Mark
    This melt down is beyond comprehension.
    TMUS is by far the strongest 5G leader in the US. This one incident of hacking causing melt down is not reasonable
  • B
    Brett
    Will T-Mobile retail shareholders who hung in be rewarded in the next weeks/months?
    (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. equity capital market is wrapping up its biggest week in more than a year, with corporate issuers and their shareholders taking advantage of unabated demand for stocks to offer more than $20 billion of shares.
    A selling spree in shares of firms including State Street Corp., T-Mobile US Inc. and VICI Properties Inc. came by way of two dozen secondary offerings, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The deals also included a $6.3 billion transaction by e-commerce and digital finance company Sea Ltd., the largest stock offering of the year.
    With earnings season and a traditional vacation period in the U.S. equity capital markets both out of the way, companies and private-equity holders have started to turn their focus toward potential changes in tax policy that could make it more expensive to sell shares later.

    “It’s somewhat dependent on what ultimately gets passed in the spending bill,” Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Gina Martin Adams said in an interview. “The potential for a simple increase in the corporate tax rate may also incentivize some companies to perform around that.” But
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    Frank
    this seems to be the best of breed amongst the telcos. however, I have T-Mobile phone and 5 g is not much faster than 4g... any thought?