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The People's Operator coming to the US as a Sprint MVNO


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Phonenews.com this morning is reporting The People's Operator is coming to the US market in 2015. They have opted to use the Sprint Network and have already signed the agreement.

 

The operator has already signed an agreement with Sprint to launch services on its network in 2015, while the funding for the expansion will come from a flotation of the company on the FTSE AIM stock exchange that is planned for next month. The flotation of the company on the exchange is expected to raise at least £100 million (€127 million/$161 million) with the majority of the cash raised going towards the building of the US and international launch infrastructure.

 

http://www.phonenews.com/uk-mvno-the-peoples-operator-aiming-for-us-expansion-as-sprint-mvno-29075/

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I know Sprint wants the money but Sprint has way too many MVNOs lol (I think at least).

I  totally see your point but, NV (at full build out) can handle it with ease.  I say, let Sprint make some easy money at someone else's expense; perhaps, to fund a future spectrum purchase.  Plus, shareholders will love this, thus boosting Sprint's overall value.   

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I know Sprint wants the money but Sprint has way too many MVNOs lol (I think at least).

I totally see your point but, NV (at full build out) can handle it with ease. I say, let Sprint make some easy money at someone else's expense; perhaps, to fund a future spectrum purchase. Plus, shareholders will love this, thus boosting Sprint's overall value.

Sprint is not overburdened with MVNO's. They should keep the open nature of their MVNO program. I think it's a smart move. And investors love it when companies make money, so therefore, I think it's an awesome option for Sprint to have. My plans to start my own MVNO are still in the works, however, funding is my only problem.

 

 

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Sprint is not overburdened with MVNO's. They should keep the open nature of their MVNO program. I think it's a smart move. And investors love it when companies make money, so therefore, I think it's an awesome option for Sprint to have. My plans to start my own MVNO are still in the works, however, funding is my only problem.

 

 

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I remember you saying you plan on starting an MVNO via Sprint some time ago; I am still looking forward to that! Consider me a customer! :)  How is your plan progressing? 

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Sprint is not overburdened with MVNO's. They should keep the open nature of their MVNO program. I think it's a smart move. And investors love it when companies make money, so therefore, I think it's an awesome option for Sprint to have. My plans to start my own MVNO are still in the works, however, funding is my only problem.

 

 

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I see your point.

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