Sprint Can't Offer Service In iPCS Regions
Top message: HUH? by haley72
Replying to: Re: HUH? by JL9000
Honestly, with a market cap of only $101 million (5.88/share), Sprint should just offer the stockholders of iPCS a small premium to sell to Sprint. This would be offset by the legal costs that Sprint is using to fight iPCS. It's not like iPCS stock is going to go up with the economy the way it is and the fact that it sells Sprint service which doesn't always have the best name with consumers (although Sprint seems to be making progress with it.)
I think Sprint is going to have more problems coming up as consumers continue to tighten their purse strings and cut back on premium spending like internet, ringtones, music, etc. Those problems are not unique to Sprint by any means, as every carrier will probably suffer those problems, but it's not going to help Sprint with everything else the company is working through right now.