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58 min ago | SNL Financial
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France's Iliad , which offered $33 per share for a 57% stake in T-Mobile on July 31, is reportedly in talks with Google and Microsoft regarding an increased bid, according to the NY Post .
The T-Mobile logo hangs under pink umbrellas at the 2014 CeBIT computer technology trade fair on March 10, 2014 in Hanover, central Germany.
Cox Communications Inc [COXC.UL] is not interested in merging with wireless carrier T-Mobile US Inc or rival cable providers, Cox President Pat Esser said on Tuesday, dispelling rumors recently swirling about the private company.
HTC has been transparent when it comes to releasing software updates for their handsets.
"Reliability is getting much, much closer," RootMetrics CEO Bill Moore said in an interview.
EU Justice Commissioner Martine Reicherts has sounded a warning to Google et al that the current rumpus over the European Court of Justice's " right to be forgotten " ruling must not be used to try to divert the EU from its plan to create a "digital single market" in Europe.
The Lumia 530 will be available in the UK on September 4, priced as little as 60. It will be sold through numerous retailers and carriers, including Carphone Warehouse, Phones 4u, O2, Vodafone, Three and EE .
And, frankly, the news doesn't come as a big shock as the MVNO model where companies lease network access from a larger wireless operator and then bill, usually without a contract, under their own brands has come into question.
With Sprint reportedly on the verge of drastically cutting its wireless pricing plans to better compete with its rivals, the industry is paying close attention to see if that will spur AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile to match it or go even lower in what's become an intense pricing war.
The flagship HTC One smartphone has certainly gained a fair amount of bouquets ever since it was released, and for good reason, too.
At a T-Mobile call center on Thursday, CEO John Legere challenged Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure, Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam, and AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson to complete the "Ice Bucket Challenge."
Sprint is getting ready to unveil some cheaper wireless plans. The company is expected to announce the cheaper plans this week.
T-Mobile now has its focus squarely on overtaking Sprint and becoming the third-largest wireless telecommunications carrier in the United States.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 11:33 am
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