Dish, which dropped its pursuit of Sprint (S) earlier this year, has suddenly found itself without a wireless option -- or has it?
According to Nolter, Dish might now look at going after T-Mobile, combining its wireless spectrum portfolio. If Dish went after T-Mobile and successfully acquired it, it may look to spin off its Dish TV business segment, creating a mature, cash-generating business that would attract new investors.
Nolter also suggested the possibility of Dish combining with DirecTV (DTV), creating a giant satellite dish company with a huge customer base.Although it has currently dropped its wireless pursuit over Sprint and Clearwire, one thing is for certain: Dish still has plenty of options on its plate, said Nolter. -- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich. Follow @BretKenwell
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