After AT&T announced that it is buying T-Mobile, Sprint needs to weigh its options and figure out how to stay competitive.
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Tonight's question is a simple one...
Sprint has been left at the altar like a 1970's era Paul Tudor Jones. They're like the fat, ugly bridesmaid, squinting in the sun, boxing out all the other girls as the bouquet is tossed into the air.
First a quick look at the market share situation.
2. Buy up all the smaller companies in a bid for scale
3. Stay the course