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|Stock Impact Uncertain As Sprint Mulls The End Of Unlimited Data|
The potential shift certainly won?t be easy for Sprint, since unlimited data has been one of the biggest draws for customers on the Sprint network, and churn numbers could increase as a consequence. Accordingly, the company isn?t letting go of this selling point just yet; in fact, the company just introduced a new all-in plan that offers customers a leased phone along with unlimited data, messaging and voice for $80 per month. That said, eliminating unlimited data could yield rich rewards for Sprint over the long run, if done in the right fashion. It could help Sprint shore up its data ARPU ? increasingly the most crucial valuation driver for telcos ? while also helping to lower congestion and improve the quality of its network. If Sprint is able to pull this off, in conjunction with its ambitious network modernization plan, we believe that there could be a significant upside to its stock price.
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|• ||10 Things Every College Grad Needs To Know About Money|
One Stanford student thought “paid vacation” meant that her boss would pay for all her travel and leisure activities. Another didn’t know there was such a thing as a water bill, and a third threatened to call the police and report the work study office because it was letting the government withhold money from her paycheck.
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The NBA's free agency period kicked off last week, and while this offseason's signing period won't provide the fireworks of next year's Monopoly money-induced spending spree -- when a new TV contract will dramatically raise the salary cap, giving every team in the league ample cash to throw at potential acquisitions -- there were a few players available who can alter the future of a franchise.
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