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SoftBank on T-Mobile: 'We Have to Give It a Shot'

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Mar 11, 2014, 12:27 PM
No problem, as long as T-Mobile controls the new company. Sprint tends to go "traditional" and status-quo, while T-Mo is upending the industry which is good for consumers.

Mar 11, 2014, 12:38 PM
What do you base this off? First its a whole new company since its been purchased. And second Dan Hesse was originally the innovator of wireless the plans they came up with when he took over were not traditional at all.

Mar 11, 2014, 1:12 PM
Um yea....

quit thinking 10 yrs ago sprint....

and start think new, and strongly run, sprint/softbank....

WHOLEEEEE new ownership and control here

Mar 11, 2014, 1:30 PM
I loved Simply Everything. Ir was like double middle fingers to AT and T and Verizon. Sprint has always had a lot of Maverick in it.

Mar 11, 2014, 1:38 PM
There's no denying that John Legere has given Tmobile a little fire light under its arse. But, in reality, he's manged to do exactly what every other carrier has done that's been on the chopping block. T-mobile has been grabbing the worst customers of the three larger. Yet, VZW, Sprint and AT&T actually have not been hurt by Tmobile's move. Sprint finally turned a profit, AT&T has gained higher profile consumers and VZW has done the same. In essence, the industry is moving exactly the same as it has always done. The other carriers are just performing finance magic. Offering deals yet shifting profits from other places within the plans. Can Sprint afford to give deals away like Tmobile? Technically, Tmobile can't afford to do it. It's the H...

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