NEW YORK – Sprint Corp will offer its unlimited data plan customers free subscriptions to the streaming service Hulu LLC, the companies said on Wednesday, marking the latest move by a U.S. wireless carrier to bundle content with mobile service. Under the agreement, Sprint’s unlimited plan, priced at $60 a month for a single line, will cover Hulu’s $7.99 a month basic subscription. The No. 4 U.S. wireless carrier is also working on plans to…"Sprint to offer free Hulu service in bid to compete with rivals"
NEW YORK – Sprint Corp’s shares fell more than 13 percent on Monday after the No. 4 U.S. wireless carrier called off merger talks with T-Mobile US Inc and a wireless partnership with cable company Altice USA failed to appease investors. “It will not deliver the tens of billions in synergies we had foreseen in a merger with T-Mobile,” Chief Financial Officer Tarek Robbiati said of the Altice agreement on a call with analysts and…"Sprint shares plunge after T-Mobile merger talks called off"
FRANKFURT – Deutsche Telekom shares dropped in early Monday trading after the collapse of the merger of its T-Mobile US unit with Sprint Corp, which would have created a strong No.3 player on the U.S. market. The evaporation of synergies that analysts had estimated at more than Sprint’s $27 billion market capitalization triggered several broker downgrades and sent Telekom’s stock as much as 3.6 percent lower. But some praised Telekom for exercising discipline in not…"Failure of U.S. deal hits Deutsche Telekom shares, growth prospects"
– U.S. cable operator Altice USA will sell mobile service on wireless carrier Sprint Corp’s network under a new multi-year agreement announced on Sunday, becoming the latest firm to enter the wireless market in a bid to retain customers. The companies announced the agreement a day after Sprint and T-Mobile US Inc ended merger talks. Under the terms of the agreement, Altice, the fourth-largest U.S. cable operator, will use Sprint’s network to provide voice and…"Altice USA, Sprint agree to wireless partnership"
FRANKFURT – The collapse of the attempt by T-Mobile US to merge with Sprint Corp will underline its importance as a driver of growth when its main owner, Deutsche Telekom, reports quarterly results this week. T-Mobile, under charismatic CEO John Legere, keeps hitting home runs, already reporting it that added 1.3 million net customers in the third quarter – the 18th time in a row it has achieved the feat. T-Mobile reported revenues in the…"Growth without scale: Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile headache"