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Last Updated: Jun 25, 2019 5:44 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

$74.60

0.02 0.03%
After Hours Volume: 121.9K
Telecommunication Services 0.40%
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$74.58 -0.96 -1.27% -0.96 -1.27%
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Volume: 2.6M 65 Day Avg. - 3.7M
Open: 75.47
Close: 74.58
74.45 Day Low/High 75.50
Day Range
57.89 52 Week Low/High 80.93

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Key Data

  • Open $75.47
  • Day Range 74.45 - 75.50
  • 52 Week Range 57.89 - 80.93
  • Market Cap $63.99B
  • Shares Outstanding 854.3M
  • Public Float 307.33M
  • Beta 0.90
  • Rev. per Employee $832.89K
  • P/E Ratio 20.41
  • EPS $3.65
  • Yield n/a
  • Dividend n/a
  • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
  • Short Interest 12.71M 05/31/19
  • % of Float Shorted 4.14%
  • Average Volume 3.7M

Performance

5 Day
  • -2.43%
1 Month
  • -1.75%
3 Month
  • 1.69%
YTD
  • 17.25%
1 Year
  • 24.92%

Recent News

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T-Mobile, Sprint closer to clinching deal: 5 things to know

Barron's

Podcast: Payment Giants Back Facebook’s Cryptocurrency Libra

3 numbers to help you navigate the market—in just two minutes.

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‘A bad deal is worse than no deal at all,’ analyst says of Dish’s reported interest in Sprint assets

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Stocks close higher as social media, real estate shares lead

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Dish Buying Wireless Assets Could Be a ‘Win-Win,’ Citigroup Says

Dish Network reportedly wants to buy wireless assets to become the U.S.’s fourth major wireless provider. Such a purchase could be good for its credit profile, Citigroup says.

Dish's rumored interest in purchasing T-Mobile/Sprint assets isn't 'sensible for anyone involved,' says analyst

MoffettNathanson analyst Craig Moffett questioned why T-Mobile US Inc. is "still trying so hard" to complete its pending deal for Sprint Corp. , following reports indicating that Dish Network Corp. is the leading bidder to buy assets that the wireless carriers would have to shed for merger approval. "What the deal really boiled down to was two things: spectrum and industry structure," Moffett wrote. "One might then reasonably ask: why would T-Mobile or Deutsche Telekom ever agree to a remedy that forfeits both benefits in order to get the deal done?" He argued that Dish, after hypothetically buying spectrum and the prepaid Boost Mobile business from Sprint, might partner with a company like Amazon.com Inc. to help build up its network. "We're not sure why that deal is sensible for anyone involved," Moffett wrote, given that Dish "already has more spectrum than they know what to do with" and wouldn't see much overlap between its rural satellite TV business and Boost's urban prepaid business. Boost would also face distribution issues. "At the end of the day, a bad deal is worse than no deal at all," Moffett wrote. "And, absent a deal, T-Mobile would seemingly be in a good position to poach an awful lot of Sprint's subscribers... without having to pay for them."

Barron's

Food Fight! Walmart, Costco, Amazon, and Kroger Are Duking It Out in the Aisles.

Citigroup analyst Gregory Badishkanian isn’t ready to declare a victory in the grocery war, but he does have Buy ratings on Kroger, Walmart, and Amazon, and is Neutral on Costco.

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Dish leads bidding to scoop up assets from Sprint, T-Mobile

Dish Network discusses opposition to Sprint-T-Mobile U.S. merger, according to FCC file

Dish Network Corp. has talked this week with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission about its opposition of the merger of Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile U.S. Inc. , according to a FCC filing. In a letter to FCC Secretary Marlene Dortch, Jeffrey Blum, senior vice president of public policy and government affairs for Dish, summarized a June 11 meeting with the FCC and certain officials of the Department of Justice's antitrust division. "During the meeting, Dish discussed its opposition to the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile as currently constructed," Blum wrote. "Consistent with its filings in the above-captioned proceeding, DISH explained the need for a minimum of four nationwide mobile network operators (MNOs). DISH also discussed the impact of the proposed merger on DISH's market entry and its wireless buildout plans." The proposed merger has faced scrutiny since it wasannounced in April 2018. Dish's stock was little changed in midday trading Friday, while shares of both Sprint and T-Mobile slipped 0.2% and the S&P 500 fell 0.3%.

Barron's

T-Mobile and Sprint Didn’t Need Another Merger Hurdle. They Just Got One.

The lawsuit from 10 state attorneys general was not surprising, but given the delays and the promises already made by the companies, it only increases the uncertainty over the deal.

Barron's

The Sprint and T-Mobile Merger Faces Opposition From State Attorneys General. Here’s What Could Come Next.

Attorneys general from 10 states filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking to block the pending merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint, but several Wall Street analysts still see a path to a deal.

Barron's

The Dow Fell 14 Points Because Rate-Cut Hopes Cancel Trade-War Worries

The three main U.S. stock-market indexes ended with slight losses on Tuesday after giving up gains. Investors across the globe had been cheered by news of fresh moves from Beijing to support the Chinese economy, despite President Donald Trump’s latest attack on the Fed.

Sprint, T-Mobile stocks fall after 10 state attorneys general file suit to block merger

Shares of Sprint Corp. dropped 5.2% and T-Mobile U.S. Inc. shed 1.4% in midday trade Tuesday, after a multi-state lawsuit by State Attorneys General was filed to block the telecom companies' proposed merger. The suit was filed in New York by New York Attorney General Letitia James and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, in coordination with attorneys general from Colorado, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, Virginia and Wisconsin, alleging that a merger of two of the four largest mobile network operators would "deprive consumers of the benefits of competition and drive up prices for cellphone services." The $26 billion merger deal has been under scrutiny since it was announced more than a year ago. "When it comes to corporate power, bigger isn't always better," James said. "The T-Mobile and Sprint merger would not only cause irreparable harm to mobile subscribers nationwide by cutting access to affordable, reliable wireless service for millions of Americans, but would particularly affect lower-income and minority communities here in New York and in urban areas across the country. Sprint's stock has rallied 26% over the past 12 months and T-Mobile shares have run up 30%, while the S&P 500 has gained 3.7%.

New York Attorney General to announce lawsuit to block T-Mobile, Sprint merger Tuesday afternoon--WSJ

New York Attorney General to announce lawsuit to block T-Mobile, Sprint merger Tuesday afternoon--WSJ

10 State attorneys general look to block T-Mobile, Sprint merger--WSJ

10 State attorneys general look to block T-Mobile, Sprint merger--WSJ

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As the FCC votes on letting consumers block robocalls — here’s how else you can stop them

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Amazon’s supposed interest in Sprint’s Boost Mobile is ‘economically insane,’ says analyst

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Nearly 70% of Americans are making this huge mistake with their money

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Amazon Is Looking at Buying Boost Mobile, Report Says

Sprint owns the provider of prepaid mobile-phone services, but is expected to sell it as part of its planned merger with T-Mobile US.

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Stocks to fall 15% to December meltdown levels, this chart predicts

5G Push Slowed by Squabbles Over ‘Sweet Spot’ of U.S. Airwaves

U.S. wireless companies’ limited access to some of the nation’s most valuable airwaves threatens to slow down their plans to build faster 5G networks.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

How ‘Stealth’ Consolidation Is Undermining Competition

Big tech and big mergers get the headlines, but the real monopoly problem lies elsewhere, writes Greg Ip. In many industries, competition has fallen and corporate concentration risen through acquisitions often too small to draw the scrutiny of antitrust watchdogs.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Dish Network, Chewy, Home Depot, Pfizer and More

Dish Network, Chewy and Amazon.com are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday’s session.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Dish Leads Bidding to Buy Assets From Sprint, T-Mobile

Dish Network is leading the race to scoop up assets that the Justice Department forces Sprint and T-Mobile to divest of to save their $26 billion deal.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Tech Giants Google, Facebook and Amazon Intensify Antitrust Debate

The backlash against Silicon Valley comes amid a broader movement to rethink antitrust in general and marks the scrambling of the old left-right divide over government intervention in the market.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Chances Take Another Hit

Sprint and T-Mobile have suffered a significant setback as they await Justice Department approval for their union.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

T-Mobile, Sprint Merger Challenged by States

A group of state attorneys general filed a lawsuit to block the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, a highly unusual challenge that comes as federal antitrust officials are still reviewing the more than $26 billion deal.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Sprint and T-Mobile Still Face Their Toughest Hurdle

While the FCC and the Justice Department often move in lockstep, the $26 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint might be one of those instances where they don’t.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

AT&T, T-Mobile Are Top Spenders in Airwaves Auction

AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile were the biggest spenders on a pair of Federal Communications Commission auctions designed to spark investment in next-wave 5G networks, according to results released Monday.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

SoftBank Faces Challenges Raising Latest $100 Billion Fund

SoftBank’s bid to raise a second mega fund has met a chilly reception from some of the world’s biggest money managers, signaling that a crucial initiative for the firm faces significant hurdles.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

With Huawei on Defensive, Ericsson and Nokia Fight Each Other for Edge

Ericsson and Nokia are battling each other to take advantage as the U.S. increases its pressure on rival telecom-equipment maker Huawei Technologies of China.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Trade Fight, Curbs on Huawei Threaten 5G Growth in U.S.

The Trump administration’s offensives aimed at frustrating the 5G ambitions of China and mobile-technology giant Huawei threaten to impede America’s wireless ambitions, too.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Cable Answers Cord-Cutters With Half-Price Cellphone Service

Cable-TV provider Altice USA is preparing to launch a mobile service likely to cost between $20 and $30 a phone, joining Comcast and Charter in trying to stem cord-cutting by undercutting wireless carriers.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Huawei’s Yearslong Rise Is Littered With Accusations of Theft and Dubious Ethics

The Chinese giant says it respects intellectual property rights, but competitors and some of its own former employees allege the company goes to great lengths to steal trade secrets.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Qualcomm, Apple, Sprint, Ford

Qualcomm, Apple, Sprint, Home Depot, and Ford are among Tuesday’s stocks to watch.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Sprint’s Deal Is Still a Marathon

Sprint and T-Mobile moved closer to a deal with a positive decision from the FCC, but the market’s strong reaction gives a misleading sense of the improved chances.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

T-Mobile, Sprint Get Merger Backing From FCC Chairman

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said he would back the more than $26 billion combination of cellphone carriers T-Mobile US and Sprint after the companies agreed to a package of concessions.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Dish Network to Buy EchoStar’s Broadcast Satellite Business

Dish Network reached a deal to buy EchoStar’s broadcast satellite-service business for about $800 million in stock, as the company brings in-house operations it split off more than a decade ago.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Sprint, Caterpillar, Tesla, Alphabet

Caterpillar, Sprint, Mylan, Coty, Tesla, Alphabet, Under Armour, and Dish Network are among Monday’s stocks to watch.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Bankers Find New Reasons to Keep Lending to SoftBank

Bankers also say they are eager to lend because changes in SoftBank’s corporate structure mean banks and credit-rating firms can view it as an investment holding company rather than as a mobile-phone operator.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Recent News

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Another Surge In The Urge To Merge, What Sectors To Trade

Another Surge In The Urge To Merge, What Sectors To Trade

  • on Seeking Alpha

Merger Arbitrage Mondays - Sotheby's Catches A Bid

Merger Arbitrage Mondays - Sotheby's Catches A Bid

  • on Seeking Alpha

The Wireless Carrier Market: A Two-Horse Race

The Wireless Carrier Market: A Two-Horse Race

  • on Seeking Alpha

10 Best S&P 500 Stocks to Buy For the Rest of 2019

10 Best S&P 500 Stocks to Buy For the Rest of 2019

  • on InvestorPlace.com

AT&T Stock Might Be the Cheapest Streaming/5G Play out There

AT&T Stock Might Be the Cheapest Streaming/5G Play out There

  • on InvestorPlace.com

The T-Mobile Merger With Sprint Could Still Be Killed

The deal to combine the third and fourth largest wireless companies in the U.S. appears to be close to approval by the federal government. But, the ranks of states attorneys general against the deal has grown. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) has been working on the Sprint (NYSE: S) deal for over a year. T-Mobile management will [ ]

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Nike, FedEx And Bank Stress Tests (Stocks To Watch Podcast)

Nike, FedEx And Bank Stress Tests (Stocks To Watch Podcast)

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Stocks To Watch: Nike, FedEx And Bank Stress Tests

Stocks To Watch: Nike, FedEx And Bank Stress Tests

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7 Telecom Stocks to Set on Speed Dial

7 Telecom Stocks to Set on Speed Dial

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Texas, Indiana join states probing Sprint/T-Mobile deal

Texas, Indiana join states probing Sprint/T-Mobile deal

  • on Seeking Alpha

States' suit against Sprint/T-Mobile set for October trial (updated)

States' suit against Sprint/T-Mobile set for October trial (updated)

  • on Seeking Alpha

States' suit against Sprint/T-Mobile set for October trial

States' suit against Sprint/T-Mobile set for October trial

  • on Seeking Alpha

5G Push Slowed by Squabbles Over ‘Sweet Spot’ of U.S. Airwaves

U.S. wireless companies’ limited access to some of the nation’s most valuable airwaves threatens to slow down their plans to build faster 5G networks.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Dish Network far away from wrapping Sprint/T-Mobile asset deal - report

Dish Network far away from wrapping Sprint/T-Mobile asset deal - report

  • on Seeking Alpha

DISH's Biggest Risk Factor May Disappear Next Week, Stock Could Surge

DISH's Biggest Risk Factor May Disappear Next Week, Stock Could Surge

  • on Seeking Alpha

Trains, Tractors, And Telecom - Part III: Ill Communication (Video)

Trains, Tractors, And Telecom - Part III: Ill Communication (Video)

  • on Seeking Alpha

Verizon could disrupt wireless merger with bold Dish purchase - Citi

Verizon could disrupt wireless merger with bold Dish purchase - Citi

  • on Seeking Alpha

Sprint/T-Mobile divestment deal likely to gain approval - CNBC

Sprint/T-Mobile divestment deal likely to gain approval - CNBC

  • on Seeking Alpha

AT&T Harnesses Edge Capabilities With Hewlett Packard Tie Up

Edge computing forms a core focus area for AT&T (T) and marks a positive stride forward in providing faster processing and potentially enhanced security for business applications.

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Layoffs Will Hurt AT&T’s Image More Than They Will AT&T Stock

Layoffs Will Hurt AT&T’s Image More Than They Will AT&T Stock

  • on InvestorPlace.com

T-Mobile to Carry the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

T-Mobile to Carry the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

Deadline Reminder: The Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Reminds Investors of Looming Deadline in the Class Action Lawsuit Against Sprint Corporation

Deadline Reminder: The Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Reminds Investors of Looming Deadline in the Class Action Lawsuit Against Sprint Corporation

  • on GlobeNewswire

Nasdaq 100 Movers: UAL, REGN

Nasdaq 100 Movers: UAL, REGN

  • on MarketNewsVideo.com

T-Mobile SyncUP DRIVE Gets a Fresh Upgrade: New Features, Same Price

T-Mobile SyncUP DRIVE Gets a Fresh Upgrade: New Features, Same Price

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

Profitable Strategic Report on VoLTE Market by 2024 with Global Key Players: Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T, KT, LG Uplus, SK Telecom, T-Mobile US, Ericsson, Huawei Technologies

Profitable Strategic Report on VoLTE Market by 2024 with Global Key Players: Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T, KT, LG Uplus, SK Telecom, T-Mobile US, Ericsson, Huawei Technologies

  • on marketresearchupdates.com

Employee Reviews on Glassdoor Rank T-Mobile CEO John Legere #1 Wireless CEO (Again for the 5th Year!) and #4 CEO in America

Employee Reviews on Glassdoor Rank T-Mobile CEO John Legere #1 Wireless CEO (Again for the 5th Year!) and #4 CEO in America

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Sprint Corporation of Class Action Lawsuit and Upcoming Deadline - S

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Sprint Corporation of Class Action Lawsuit and Upcoming Deadline - S

  • on GlobeNewswire

USA's Mobile Market, 2019: Infrastructure, Broadband, Operators -- T-Mobile US Secures Additional 700MHz Blocks for $1.3 Billion - ResearchAndMarkets.com

USA's Mobile Market, 2019: Infrastructure, Broadband, Operators -- T-Mobile US Secures Additional 700MHz Blocks for $1.3 Billion - ResearchAndMarkets.com

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

United States : Sprint Communications Announces Successful Consent Solicitation with Respect to its 7.000% Guaranteed Notes due 2020

United States : Sprint Communications Announces Successful Consent Solicitation with Respect to its 7.000% Guaranteed Notes due 2020

  • on Euclid Tenders Info

Nasdaq 100 Movers: TMUS, LULU

Nasdaq 100 Movers: TMUS, LULU

  • on MarketNewsVideo.com

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Sprint Corporation of Class Action Lawsuit and Upcoming Deadline - S

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Sprint Corporation of Class Action Lawsuit and Upcoming Deadline - S

  • on GlobeNewswire

United States : Klobuchar Statement on Lawsuit to Block T-mobile/sprint Merger

United States : Klobuchar Statement on Lawsuit to Block T-mobile/sprint Merger

  • on Euclid Tenders Info

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Rigrodsky & Long, P.A. Reminds Investors of S, INVVY, and BSX of Upcoming Deadlines

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Rigrodsky & Long, P.A. Reminds Investors of S, INVVY, and BSX of Upcoming Deadlines

  • on GlobeNewswire

Research Deliver Insight into USA Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2023

Research Deliver Insight into USA Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2023

  • on MarketersMedia

T-Mobile Customers Get Exclusive $25 Tickets to the Hottest Summer Shows

T-Mobile Customers Get Exclusive $25 Tickets to the Hottest Summer Shows

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

Report on USA Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market Status, Market Size by Players, Regions, Type, Application and Forecast to 2023

Report on USA Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market Status, Market Size by Players, Regions, Type, Application and Forecast to 2023

  • on Heraldkeeper

Sprint Communications Announces Successful Consent Solicitation with Respect to its 7.000% Guaranteed Notes due 2020

Sprint Communications Announces Successful Consent Solicitation with Respect to its 7.000% Guaranteed Notes due 2020

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

T-Mobile is ALL IN with #UnlimitedPride in 2019!

T-Mobile is ALL IN with #UnlimitedPride in 2019!

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

Pomerantz Law Firm Announces the Filing of a Class Action against Sprint Corporation and Certain Officers - S

Pomerantz Law Firm Announces the Filing of a Class Action against Sprint Corporation and Certain Officers - S

  • on GlobeNewswire

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Rigrodsky & Long, P.A. Reminds Investors of S, INVVY, and BSX of Upcoming Deadlines

SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Rigrodsky & Long, P.A. Reminds Investors of S, INVVY, and BSX of Upcoming Deadlines

  • on GlobeNewswire

T-Mobile US Inc.

T-Mobile US, Inc. engages in the provision of wireless communications services under the T-Mobile and MetroPCS brands. It offers postpaid and prepaid wireless voice, messaging and data services and wholesale wireless services. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Bellevue, WA. (See Full Profile)

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Number of Ratings 21 Full Ratings

Competitors

Name Chg % Market Cap
Telephone & Data Systems Inc. -1.81% $3.33B
Shenandoah Telecommunications Co. -2.88% $1.94B
AT&T Inc. -0.09% $236.09B
U.S. Cellular Corp. -1.59% $3.78B
Boingo Wireless Inc. -1.72% $835.72M
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