Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint close to agreeing on deal terms - sources

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(Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O) is close to agreeing tentative terms on a deal to merge with Sprint Corp (S.N), people familiar with the matter said on Friday, a major breakthrough in efforts to merge the third and fourth largest U.S. wireless carriers. The transaction would significantly consolidate the U.S. telecommunications market and represent the first transformative U.S. merger with significant antitrust risk t【马会挂牌的意义 】o be agreed since 【2020年平码平肖结果 】the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump in January. The progress toward a deal also indicates that T-Mobile and Sprint believe that the U.S. antitrust enforcement environment has become more 【藏宝阁45612香港最准一肖中特 】favorable since the companies abandoned their previous effort to combine in 2014 amid regulatory concerns. The latest development in the talks between T-Mobile and Sprint comes as the tel【2020年跑狗解码图 】ecommunications sector seeks ways to tackle investments in 5G technology that will【跑狗走势每期尾 】 greatly enhance wireless data transfer speeds. Japan’s SoftBan【百乐啤中特网 】k 【新跑狗图2020054 】Group Corp (9984.T), which controls Sprint, 【跑狗网168论坛 香港 】and other Sprint shareholders will own 40 to 50 percent of the combined company, while T-Mobile majority owner Deu【黄岛区珠山小学招生简章 】tsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) and the rest of T-Mobile shareholders wi【挂牌红姐小心中特网 】ll own the majority, the sources said. SoftBank founder Masa【2020全年跑狗高清大图 】yoshi Son met with Trump late last year and said in February that the Japanese firm should benefit from Trump’s promised【6月8号开什么马 】 deregulation. Related CoverageSprint hired Trump-connected lobb【149期玄机跑狗彩图 】yist amid deal talksOnce terms are finalized, due diligence by the two companies will follow and a deal is expected by the end of October, though talks may still fall through, the sources said. A me

rger would create a business with more than 130 million subscribers, just behind Verizon Communications Inc【246免费天天一好彩743 】 (V【六开彩开奖结果香港挂牌图 】Z.N) and AT&T Inc (T.N). Revenues would top $70 billion and analysts say there would be massive s【白姐旗袍a版 】cope to cut costs. Sprint shares were up 5 percent in afternoon trading in 【2016马会全年资料 】New York 【六肖中特20l7年资料 】on Friday to $8.44, giving the company a market capitalization of close to $34 billion. T-Mobile shares were up 0.4 percent to $63.66, giving that com【悠悠四五洛阳道打一肖 】pany a market capitalization of around $53 billion. The sources asked not to be identified because the negotiations are confidential. Sprint and Deutsche Tele【正版白小姐旗袍彩图 】kom declined to comme【香港管家婆资料11303 】nt. T-Mobile and SoftBank did not immediately respond to requests for comment. SoftBank&【牛蛙彩票开奖现场直播香港牛娃 】rsquo;s Son abandoned an earlier at【四粒复式中特多少组 】tempt to acquire T-Mobile for Sprint in 2014. Under that de【白小姐资料大全2015年铁算盘 】al, SoftBank would have been in control of the merged company, with Deutsche Telekom becoming a minority shareholder. Since then, T-Mobile has outperformed Sprint under Chief Executive John Legere, who the sources said would lead the combined company. Smartphones with the logos o【宝宝一肖平特图2020 】f T-Mobile and Sprint are seen in this illustration taken September 19, 2017. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/IllustrationSON IN TRUMP TOWER Earlier this month, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai gave a potential boost to a tie-up when he recommended that the FCC find for the first since 2009 that there is “effective compe

tition in the marketplace for mobile wireless servic【大丰收心水论坛资料全 】es. The FCC 【天空彩票与你同行tkcp 】is set to vote on Tuesday on the proposed annual repo【今天的特马玄机图 】rt on the【2020开奖www 】 state of the wireless co【长期不变平特肖公式规律算法 】mpetition market required by U.S. Cong【218年跑狗图每期更新 】ress. T-Mobile and Sprint will likely tout planned i【2020开奖记录手机版记齐全 】nvestments in 【二四六尾特打一生肖 】5G and their network that would create jobs, though combining operations would also lead to layoffs, said Roger Entner, an analyst at Recon Analytics. “

They will argue that the track record of T-Mobile and Sprint shows【兵在婧而不再多打一生肖 】 they are v【九龙救世报 】i【若尔盖2017赛马会 】gorous competitors and that this will not cease to be the case after the deal, said Entner. Son made headlines in early Decembe【上海打一肖 】r when he appeare【香港马会资料皇冠论坛 】d in the marble lo【一双一单必定中 代表什么生肖 】bby o【内部版输尽光2020全年料 】f Trump Tower in New York alongside the president-elect, dressed in a red vest and red tie nearly id【2020香港历史开奖记录结果 】entical to that of the tycoon turned commander in chief. He was among the first in a series of Asian billionaires and leaders to pay a congratulatory visit to Trum

p, who won office in November on a platform that focused on national security and protecting U.S. jobs. Slideshow (2 Images)Son’s pledge to Trump to invest 【一点红心水高手论坛一句话 】$50 billion in the United States 【四肖复试三肖有多少组 】and c【跑狗图玄机图神马青蛙彩票 】reate 50,000 jobs【67期跑狗图片 】 was light on details but spoke to the president’s election promise to boost economic growth by making deals with individual companies, rather than through complicated trade deals. Last month, Sprint C【王中王丨香港丨 】EO Marcelo Claure said an announcement on merger talks should come in the “near future. Sprint had approached cable company Charte【老奇人高手论坛168老奇人心水论坛 】r Communications Inc (CHTR.O) about a potential mer【2020年跑狗报com 】ger earlier this year, but qui【3肖中特会员 】ckly abandoned that effort. AT&T is in the process of g【手机极速开奖现场直播 】etting its own transformative deal, its $8【曾道长免费资料 】5.4 billion acquisition of media conglomerate Time Warner Inc TWX.N approved by U.S. regulators.