T-Mobile merger with MetroPCS should close in the second quarter of 2013
0. phoneArena 13 Oct 2012, 17:01 posted on
Deutsche Telekom CFO Timotheus Hoettges told a German newspaper that the merger between T-Mobile and MetroPCS should close sometime between April and June of 2013; the merger's goal is to allow T-Mobile to compete against Sprint as well as Verizon and AT&T...
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1. Izzy_V (Posts: 216; Member since: 07 Jul 2012)
"Because MetroPCS is the lone U.S. public company between the (Deutsche Telekom is a German company)," Just an FYI if you want to fix that.
It's clear that the "not to survive but to thrive" comment he made was BS. T-Mobile might not be a bad service but everyone knows that MetroPCS is thriving a hell of a lot more than T-Mo. is. That and if the merge does let it catch up to or pass Sprint then I don't know why they would be trying to smokescreen the real intention.
3. lubba (Posts: 1313; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
Won't make no difference. Be one same company sucking Android's balls. No variety, no flavor. Just a second hand follower company as usual, waiting for another carrier to make it big then follower their footsteps yet always falling behind.
4. meowcenary (Posts: 187; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)
Besides RIM, WP, and android what is missing in their resume of phones is the elussive iphone. So how is it sucking your proverbial shriveled up balls?
We are the telecommunication comapnys bitchs, we take it in the ass monthly. Variety, flavor, and vying for the dominant position means nothing. The only thing the top four has going is their networks works due to the spectrum they have versus prepaid. If you want your iphone you can secure a unlocked one for T-mobile. Telecomms are a love hate relationship. One day we swear by them and the next we hate them for idiotic reasons and jump ship
5. lsutigers (Posts: 789; Member since: 08 Mar 2009)
So Metro is buying T-Mobile? Interesting...I wonder which branding they will ultimately use when the company is integrated. T-Mobile and Metro customers are a different clientele...