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Sprint Confirms Softbank Talks

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Oct 14, 2012, 4:31 PM

Sprint reportedly agrees to sell 70 percent stake to Softbank

Sprint Nextel has reportedly reached an agreement to sell 70 percent of the wireless carrier to Japanese mobile carrier Softbank for $20 billion.

Both companies' respective boards have approved the deal, which is expected to be announced tomorrow, sources tell CNBC. Under the deal, Softbank will buy $8 billion in stock directly from Sprint, with another $12 billion purchased from existing stockholders. ... »

Oct 11, 2012, 10:40 AM


Softbank has a WCDMA network and a TDD-LTE network.
The only overlap with Sprint would be Clearwire's TDD-LTE network.
No, not wrong. They said an investment and two incompatible networks CAN merge since Sprint is moving to LTE, and you yourself said SoftBank has a TDD-LTE network. So yes, moving forward thwy can be compatible. Additionally, SoftBank is doong it for t...
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