Iliad’s Bid for T-Mobile Complicates Sprint’s Plans

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Aug. 1 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde reports on Iliad’s $15B bid for a majority stake in T-Mobile which would undermine Sprint’s plans for the nation’s fourth-largest wireless carrier. She speaks to Mark Barton and Ryan Chilcote on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)

This is quite intriguing.

If i could sing i would worst into frank sinatra my way.

The billionaire owner owns the right to my way.

He is doing it his way.

He completely disrupted it.

Started a price war.

He is now eyeing a company three times the size.

Just over 50%. he said, i am offering you $33. we understand sprint is already trying to buy up for $40 a share.

Ideally, you want to bidders.

What is interesting is how much does deutsche telekom want out?

Will it except slightly cheaper prices?

U.s. regulators say, we do not want three players.

If sprint buys that you are taking it down to three.

They may not need to offer as many because of regulatory issues.

Which could last a year.

It could all take a little bit quicker.

Suddenly the onus is on soft day to start bidding quicker to push this through.

We've got about of years -- a

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