"reverse merger"?. . .
What exactly is a "reverse merger"? My thinking is T-Mobile is a bigger company both financially, customer base, and name recognition.
So is the MetroPCS name going to take over, and the T-Mobile name will cease to exist in the U.S.?
Who is taking whose name?
Technically, financially, MetroPCS will absorb T-Mobile USA. The combined entity, however, will be called T-Mobile. It has to do with how the stock of the two publicly traded companies is valued and combined.
Wouldn't a reverse merger be a split?
Essentially it comes down to MetroPCS is a publicly traded corporation and Tmobile is private and owned by DT. The merged company will be publicly traded with DT as the majority shareholder.
Think of it this way, MetroPCS is selling stock to DT ...
We're looking at the #4 and #5 carriers merging, so that should result in a stronger company with a larger user base. There are some hurdles to overcome, such as the fact that Metro is a CDMA carrier and T-mo is a GSM carrier, but they seem to have a ...
Yaye!!! Now go kill Sprint!!!
go go go !!!!!
Why would you want that? Nobody is killing anyone. If anything, Softbank/Sprint will buy T-Mobile USA down the road.
Sprint and T-Mobile have actually done a remarkable job with cornering the prepaid market. Look for that to continue; however, I think that T-mobile will kick it up a notch. I don't think T-mobile is done yet with purchasing.