26 billion dollar acquisition is coming: Sprint and T-Mobile will reach a merger agreement.

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 26 billion dollar acquisition is coming: Sprint and T-Mobile will reach a merger agreement.


If the two sides reach a successful agreement, the merged company will have nearly 100 million users, making it the second largest telecom operator in the United States beyond AT&T. By the end of last year, the number of AT&T users was 93 million, while the number of Verizon users was 116 million. People familiar with the matter told CNCB that the deal could be announced as early as Sunday. At present, the two sides have not yet signed the agreement, but agree on the specific exchange rate. The announcement of the transaction does not mean that the two companies will merge. US regulators will review the merger. In 2011, AT&T had planned to buy T-Mobile. At that time, regulators blocked the transaction on the grounds of counter competition. In fact, for the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, the two sides held talks for several years. Wall Street has previously mentioned that Sprint and T-Mobile had failed in the merger because German Telecom did not want to pay the price of mergers and acquisitions. The problem is the economy, nothing else. At the time, the Financial Times quoted the sources of mergers and acquisitions negotiations. After the merger, Deutsche Telekom will have the main controlling power in the new company, and from the operation of Sprint and T-Mobile, the latter is in a better position. Sprint has a market value of about $24 billion 600 million, but the total debt is up to $38 billion; and T-Mobile has been running relatively well and has been contributing steadily to the German Telecom. Source: editor of Wall Street news and responsibilities: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 In fact, for the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, the two sides held talks for several years. Wall Street has previously mentioned that Sprint and T-Mobile had failed in the merger because German Telecom did not want to pay the price of mergers and acquisitions. The problem is the economy, nothing else. At the time, the Financial Times quoted the sources of mergers and acquisitions negotiations. After the merger, Deutsche Telekom will have the main controlling power in the new company, and from the operation of Sprint and T-Mobile, the latter is in a better position. Sprint has a market value of about $24 billion 600 million, but the total debt is up to $38 billion; and T-Mobile has been running relatively well and has been contributing steadily to the German Telecom.