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Dish Network bids $25.5 billion for Sprint

Satellite TV distributor Dish Network announced that it has submitted a merger proposal to the Board of Directors of Sprint Nextel Corporation for a total cash and stock consideration of $25.5 billion, a move that could derail a similar offer by the Japanese phone company SoftBank.

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Dish has offered $17.3 billion in cash and $8.2 billion in stock for Sprint, that is a cash-and-stock deal worth about 13 percent more than SoftBank’s bid. Dish Network values its offer at $7 a share, including $4.76 in cash and the remainder in its shares.
After the news was announced on Monday, Sprint’s stock jumped 15 percent in pre-market trading, according to The Associated Press.

Charles ErgenThe Dish proposal clearly presents Sprint shareholders with a superior alternative to the pending SoftBank proposal,” Mr. Ergen said in a statement.

The satellite company says that a merger between the two companies could roll television, high-speed Internet and cellphone services into a single package that would be faster and more affordable for consumers. Dish says the deal would create “the only company able to offer a fully-integrated, nationwide bundle of in- and out-of-home video, broadband and voice services” across the country.

Spring Nestel is currently the nation’s third-largest wireless carrier after Verizon Wireless and AT&T.

 
 
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