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  1. Legere out now that merger is done. Was originally supposed to leave in May. Mike Sievert now CEO. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/01/legere-is-out-as-t-mobile-ceo-as-sprint-merger-officially-closes.html
  2. I don't expect to ever get android 10, but they have kept the security updates coming. Not sure how much longer though but it looks to be at least one more.
  3. Well, this thread certainly has died. I supposed most have moved on now. But today I received a message from Sprint that Calling Plus was going to be removed and replaced with VoLTE in an upcoming device update. The update is supposed to come by 3/31/20.
  4. Looks like the official ruling is out. It's now officially, official. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/11/sprint-soars-after-judge-approves-its-merger-with-t-mobile.html I'm sure California and NY are working on their appeals as we speak. But I imagine that has an even slimmer chance of success than the original lawsuit. I would imagine Tmo and Sprint will move very quickly to close out the deal at this point.
  5. Texas settles with TMo and drops opposition to merger. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-sprint-m-a-tmobile-idUSKBN1XZ1VG?taid=5ddbfe359007110001d302ca&utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter
  6. Legere will be out at TMo in 2020. Mike Sievert to replace him. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/18/mike-sievert-to-succeed-john-legere-as-ceo-of-t-mobile-on-may-1-2020.html
  7. The fcc announced that it has officially approved the TMo/Sprint merger. Order here... https://www.fcc.gov/document/fcc-approves-t-mobilesprint-transaction-conditions
  8. Yes, in my example the strike price is basically a floor. Once the share price is above that you could wait until the price hits $20 before you cashed in. Then you buy your shares at the option price of $10 and you would pocket the difference. The expiration date of option is something you'll decide on. You can buy options expiring 1 month from now or a year from now. Maybe more. They'll all have different strike prices. You'll have to decide whether the stock price will be above those values within the expiration dates you're looking at. Now this is all for "call" options. Which me
  9. Looks like it finished at $7.99 per share on Friday. NYSE:S https://g.co/kgs/73yAgV
  10. The "strike price" is the price at which you can execute the option contract and actually buy the shares. Simple example. you buy an option contract to buy 100 shares @ $10 per share. The "strike price" is $10. Once the stock price reaches $10 per share you could exercise the option and purchase the underlying shares. Then keep the shares or turn around and sell them.
  11. Announcement should be tomorrow. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-sprint-corp-m-a-t-mobile-us-doj-idUSKCN1UL07T?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=5d3a788e595b5a0001c31bb1&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter
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