Take action against Sprint: Would A T-Mobile/Sprint Marriage Be A Match Made In Heaven?

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Over the past month, the rumor mill has been grinding again about a possible merger between T-Mobile and Sprint Corporation. The plot thickened this week as both companies reported strong earnings but did not hold their typical investor calls. I wanted to dive a little deeper into the speculation and offer my take.

A tale of two companies

On paper a union looks promising. As the number 3 & 4 carriers by subscribers in the United States, a combination would bring them up to par with AT&T and Verizon Wireless in scale. T-Mobile has been particularly strong on the consumer side, offering aggressive pricing, unlimited data plans (that truly are unlimited), and content bundling. The result has been over 1 million new subscribers every quarter for the past 18 quarters.

Sprint brings a strong and growing enterprise business, with both wireline and wireless services and a focus on Internet of Things (IoT). The company’s parent owner SoftBank also owns ARM (used for low cost/small footprint edge networking solutions) and OneWeb (which promises to deliver a low-orbit satellite system that has the potential to provide backhaul support for future 5G networks). It stands to reason that Sprint could tap into both and leverage the results to its advantage.

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