It was just last year when AT&T tried to buyout T-Mobile unsuccessfully, but now it looks like T-Mobile could be making the headlines again, although this time as the buyer, not the seller. If the rumors are to be believed, it has been reported (via Bloomberg) that T-Mobile could be interested in acquiring MetroPCS. Granted it’s not one of the major four but we guess they are doing something right for T-Mobile to have taken notice. T-Mobile is not the only one interested and according to the report, both Sprint and Dish Network’s names have come up as interested buyers as well.
No deal has been struck yet but it seems that executives from both companies have been meeting in past few weeks. No word on what they plan to do with MetroPCS – refarming its spectrum is a possibility but either way, we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled on more news so be sure to check back with us at a later date for more updates!
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