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Content providers probably won't be paying more (than they already are) to send product through the internet. Consumers will have to pay more to see it.
SoftBank has an 80-percent stake in the nation's fourth-largest carrier. It will increase that stake and work with the fourth-largest cable provider.
The two could reach a deal in weeks or, as it's happened a few times before, scrub out. Sprint has other interests it is looking to grab at.
Ah, M&As. AT&T can pull one off with DirecTV. In modern history, T-Mobile batted one A and struck out on not just one, but two Ms. And its been playing around for more. Sprint was part of one of those failed hookups. In stark contrast to “Carrier Pink’s” rising star, “Carrier Yellow’s” fortunes are still on the slide. It might be the case that Sprint, the company which took a beating for its acquisition of Nextel and is getting life support from its current majority shareholder — at 82 percent — Softbank, is in greater need of one of these [...]