05.01.13

DISH’s wireless ambitions

Posted in Clearwire, DISH, Financials, Operators, Spectrum, Sprint at 11:04 am by timfarrar

If you’ve been wondering what I’ve been up to for the last couple of weeks (like Phil), I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been hard at work on a new report, released today, on DISH’s bid for Sprint, which discusses DISH’s plans, alternatives and the most likely outcomes from the battle with SoftBank. You can also read some of my thoughts in a GigaOm article (though its not very accurately titled – that wasn’t my choice) or listen to my interview on CNBC last week.

If you are interested in getting a copy of the report, and discussing my conclusions, then an order form and report summary can be found here or please email me for more details. If you’d like to meet in person, then do get in touch: I’ll be in New York next week from May 7-9, on a panel session discussing “Wifi – Friend or Foe of the Mobile Network?” at the Jefferies TMT conference (May 8th) and then at CTIA in Las Vegas from May 21-22, speaking at a Tower and Small Cell Summit panel on “Spectrum Acquisitions and Their Impact on Cell Towers” (May 21st).

UPDATE: A few early comments on the report:
“It was excellent; a really deep analysis. I cannot fault your conclusions and I actually learnt a lot from reading it.” Wireless company CEO
“Read your report this morning. It’s very good…I think your ideas are dead on” National tech reporter

2 Comments »

  1. Charlie Ergen dishes on Sprint deal – Denver Post | MyTopNewsDaily.com said,

    May 2, 2013 at 6:52 pm

    [...] consultant Tim Farrar said in a report this week that “decisions by Sprint shareholders may be based on perceptions of how important control of [...]

  2. TMF Associates MSS blog » Very UnClearWire… said,

    May 5, 2013 at 8:09 pm

    [...] last week, it was gratifying to see Charlie Ergen essentially confirm my thesis about his bid for Sprint: the bid was a response to the refusal of Clearwire to consider selling [...]

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