An alliance between Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) and T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ:TMUS) should by all means pose worries to the telecom giant AT&T Inc (NYSE:T), and this was said at CNBC on Thursday by the CEO for Sprint, Marcelo Claure.
While speaking to some top journalists working with one of the most renowned media house the top executive said, “We have looked at every other alternative to make sure we are making the right decision. If the government works to allow us to combine, we’ll be No. 3, but we’ll be a formidable competitor and we’ll continue to disrupt the industry.”
The Sprint chief recently attended a meeting at the White House and among those present were President Donald Trump and other tech leaders. This meeting was set discuss the potential impact of emerging technologies on the various industrial workers working in the U.S among other burning issues.
Wall Street in its recent publications has been covering the possibility of the two business giants considering a merger. There is much speculation by the concerned parties who think that time has finally come. There is great need for the top companies to consider channeling more resources towards facilitating some serious investments that will enable the United States to get to reap from the wide range of benefits that come with the establishment of a 5G network.
Sprint has over the years remained much dedicated to solving the wide range of problems that face users of its top quality services. Some time back, the top provider made great investments towards helping deal with a tropical storm. According to Yahoo.com, the provider resorted to making extensive preparations to protect its wireless network and that was of course ahead of the widespread flooding and above all it sought ensuring that all its loyal customers remained wirelessly connected.
The company’s emergency team according to the company’s insiders has been receiving the latest training to put them in the best position to respond to disasters promptly.
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