Dish Network And T-mobile Might Merge

T-mobile and Dish network are expected to merge. The news is based on the reports by CNN money which explains that an Anonymous source to have provided the information. The merging of the two powerful companies will create a more formidable competitor in the wireless industry.

Even though the news is announced by both the companies, the representatives of both the companies have not told the about the deal or if the deal is just a rumor. Therefore there are most of the facts supporting the merging of both the companies.

There are several reason which can proved the pairing to be logical. As dish Tv, the no 2 Satellite Television provider in the United States, has been acquiring vast amounts of Wireless spectrum.T-Mobile International AG is a German holding company for Deutsche Telekom AG’s various Mobile Communications subsidiaries outside Germany therefore T-mobile could be bringing that to some use. The two after merging may come up with new services to the users and new products as well.

They both have a good connections with other companies either they be medias or other bigger Companies with Households as well. But what is the thing about the deal? is the main question. How will they be merging and what are the conditions going to be like.

The news is that the chief of Dish being the chairman whereas the head of T-mobile to be the CEO of the new company they will be starting by merging the both. The deal talks come amid a dramatic period of consolidation in the telecommunications industry.

Another such merging may also be seen in the coming months like the ones of T-mobile and dish network. The merging is between the rival of T-mobile i.e AT&T with the  biggest rival of dish network, DirectTv.

So nowadays companies like these have been merging to make a good competitor to others. The combination may bring a big changes to the world of Technology as well. Its like they have known their way to the success is unity. That is why we are all hearing about merging of famous companies.