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Below are the latest news stories about T-Mobile US Inc that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate TMUS as an investment opportunity.
T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today announced that the company has opened up the exclusive T-Mobile Home Internet pilot to Kent, Muskegon and Ottawa county residents whether they’re a T-Mobile customer or not. T-Mobile Home Internet is just $50/month all-in and features many of the same benefits that have made T-Mobile the fastest growing wireless provider for the past seven years:
The wireless carrier reported solid results and finally closed its game-changing merger with Sprint.
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If you want the most 5G coverage, you want magenta. A new report measuring 4G and 5G experiences from over one million customer devices released today from Ookla, a leader in mobile network testing, data and analysis, shows that T-Mobile customers get 5G in nearly 20x more cities than Verizon and AT&T (almost 130x more than Verizon alone). And according to Ookla®, T-Mobile customers with a 5G device have a faster 5G Capable Speed Score — a measurement of upload and download speeds customers with 5G devices experience across the entirety of the network — than Verizon customers. And now that Sprint is part of T-Mobile, all Sprint 5G customers have access to T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G network, the largest 5G network in the country, reaching 225 million people and covering more than one milli...
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(Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp. shares touched their highest level in two decades as a series of buybacks helped the stock recoup losses suffered during the coronavirus market rout.The stock rose 4.6% to 6,190 yen ($58) on Tuesday, the highest since March 2000. That’s more than double the level in mid-March, which marked the virus-impacted low point for the company, whose market value has since surged by roughly $68 billion. The benchmark Topix index was little changed on the day.SoftBank’s recovery is something of a vindication for founder Masayoshi Son, who unveiled plans to sell 4.5 trillion yen of assets to reduce debt and bankroll record share buybacks. Son has frequently complained that SoftBank’s shares, even at their peak, have traded at less than the value of its portfolio ...
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Up, up and away they go. Kicking off the second half of the year with a bang, the S&P 500 followed up its best quarter in over 20 years by extending its winning streak to four sessions. That said, given the current climate of uncertainty, predicting what the remainder of 2020 holds can feel like a guessing game. So, maybe it’s time to look at what the insiders are doing. Company owners, presidents and other officers, board members – have a direct line to information that the rest of us don’t usually see. Their positions put them in place to know what is about to impact their companies, and they have access to better legal and regulatory advice than the general public. It’s only natural – and very human – for them to use this information in their personal trading activities. To keep the...
5G is the new wireless standard that promises lightning-fast, low-latency wireless communications that will usher in a new era of futuristic technology applications. Three of the best-positioned 5G stocks that still trade at attractive valuations include wireless carrier T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS), leading chip manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM), and memory chip giant Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU), all of which look like solid 5G plays to add to your portfolio this summer. Probably not, which is why T-Mobile looks so compelling today.