General Metro pcs big news.??

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  1. 1iwilly

    1iwilly Well-Known Member
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    24/7 Wall Street's 10 Brands That Will Disappear in 2013 #9 METRO PCS

    analysts said that the company was in buyout talks with T-Mobile, which is owned by giant European telecommunication company Deutsche Telekom. This immediately gave MetroPCS (PCS) stock a push higher. Later in the same month, MetroPCS shares rose again as the CEO of Sprint-Nextel said he expects consolidation in the cellular carrier market. Sprint and T-Mobile both continue to struggle because of their modest subscriber bases compared to AT&T and Verizon. Each needs more customers. While MetroPCS is too small to survive on its own, its purchase would give either Sprint or T-Mobile the additional customer critical mass it needs to compete.:thinking::thinking::thinking:
     

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  2. sammyz

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    I will be glad if metropcs gets bought by Sprint, if it's bought by T-Mobile then things will get really confusing and messed up....if we are bought by Sprint, we will most likely get 100x better coverage. If we get bought out by T-Mobile, expect nothing more than T-Mobile starting to role out GSM phones for metropcs. The GSM phones would connect to T-Mobile towers and will be faster because T-Mobile has 100x better speeds than metro, but you have to buy another phone. If Sprint buys us, you can keep your current phone and speeds will get better/coverage better.
     
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