Tag Archives: Dish Network

Sprint’s Alleged Misconduct Could Condemn The Proposed Merger With T-Mobile

In 2017, T-Mobile spent $7.99 billion to get 31MHz low-bandwidth spectrum for FCC auction bids. The 600MHz spectrum won by T-Mobile has been and remains important for its current plans. Low-band waves travel farther than medium and high-band waves and can even penetrate buildings better. Since getting this spectrum, T-Mobile has used it to improve… Read More »

T-Mobile Asks Court to Clear the Sprint Merger

The only thing that seems to delay the $26.5 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint at the moment is a lawsuit filed by 16 attorneys general and Washington DC AG seeking to block the transaction on the grounds that it is anti-competitive and will cost residents of their states over $4.5 billion in additional costs… Read More »

Sprint To Launch 5G During The Carrier’s First Fiscal Quarter

We have seen the latest earnings reports from Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile for the three consecutive months from April to June. Today, Sprint reported that its first-quarter tax numbers show that postpaid telephone connections have declined by 128,000 per year. Last year’s first fiscal quarter brought 87,000 net additions of postpaid phones and the previous… Read More »

Dish To Cover 70% Of The Country With 5G Until June 2023 Or Pay $2.2 Billion

Now that chairman of Dish, Charles Ergen has realized his dream of buying a wireless service provider, let’s take a look at the transaction with T-Mobile and Sprint that just announced yesterday. First, we know that the agreement was signed with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to grant its blessing to the $26.5 billion… Read More »

Dish In Talks To Buy Boost, $6 Billion Deal Could Allow T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

This week could be a very important one for the $26.5 billion for the merge of T-Mobile and Sprint. With the approval of FCC under the hood, the Department of Justice will sign off on the transaction later this week. The DOJ has been against the deal from the beginning, fearing that by reducing the… Read More »