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Everything Everywhere created from T-Mobile and Orange merger: new “super-network” promised

Everything Everywhere created from T-Mobile and Orange merger: new “super-network” promised

Having seen their merger approved, UK carriers Orange and T-Mobile have announced their plans for a "single super-network" under the joint venture name "Everything Everywhere".  The two carriers will continue to operate as ostensibly separate businesses, at least when public facing, each with their own stores and promotions; however, later this year subscribers will be able to use each of the company's wireless networks interchangeably and without fees.

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FCC head tells Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son he is skeptical of T-Mobile deal

FCC head tells Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son he is skeptical of T-Mobile deal

Sprint wants to purchase T-Mobile but since the merger would remove one of the four major carriers from the US market, the deal needs FCC and regulatory approvals. Sprint and T-Mobile have been working with the FCC to get the deal approved, but that may never happen. Sprint and T-Mobile had a meeting with the DoJ late in January 2014, and the merger was in danger after the meeting.

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Sprint tipped weighing T-Mobile US grab in 2014

Sprint tipped weighing T-Mobile US grab in 2014

Sprint is readying a potential bid for T-Mobile US, with the rumored acquisition tentatively scheduled for the first half of 2014, insiders claim, and possibly worth more than $20bn. The merger, which would see the third- and fourth-largest carriers in the US market join forces, is still being weighed up by Sprint, sources tell the WSJ, and is likely to come in for particularly close attention by the US Justice Department, which may well put the brakes on the deal.

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T-Mobile iPhone unit sales reach 500,000 in less than a month

T-Mobile iPhone unit sales reach 500,000 in less than a month

This week T-Mobile USA has reported earnings for their financial first quarter of 2013, making a special point of recognizing iPhone sales. As this quarter was the first that the company was able to sell any iPhone directly, it had the potential to be a new era for the company with a new operating system amongst their ranks. As it were, 500,000 unit sales of the iPhone 5, this after introducing the device for sale on April 12th.

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T-Mobile US born as T-Mo and MetroPCS merge

T-Mobile US born as T-Mo and MetroPCS merge

The T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS merger is final, with the new T-Mobile US combo-brand set to hit the New York Stock Exchange today. The combined carriers amass a total of 43m subscribers, with 200m potential customers set to be covered by LTE service before the year is through. By bringing together the individual spectrum holdings, however, T Mobile US says it's in an even better position for its 4G roll-out in 2014 and beyond.

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MetroPCS encourages shareholders to vote for amended T-Mobile offer

MetroPCS encourages shareholders to vote for amended T-Mobile offer

MetroPCS is once again encouraging its investors to vote in favor of its upcoming merger with T-Mobile, especially now that Deutsche Telekom has improved its offer terms. The improved terms reduces the amount of debt the merged companies would have to pay back by $3.8 billion. It also reduces the debt's interest rate by 0.5%. DK also promised that it won't be selling shares of the combined company for at least 1 year.

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Deutsche Telekom approves improved merger offer for MetroPCS

Deutsche Telekom approves improved merger offer for MetroPCS

It looks like Deutsche Telekom has revised its merger offer for MetroPCS to make it more appealing. There's only 2 days left before MetroPCS's shareholders decide whether or not the prepaid wireless carrier will be joining forces with T-Mobile USA. According to The Wall Street Journal, Deutsche Telekom approved a much better bid in order to convince MetroPCS shareholders to vote in favor of the merger.

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