Sprint Price Cuts Part of Telecom's Long-Term Value Strategy

Sprint (S) is offering a slew of price cuts in an effort to attract more customers, but is this a sign the company is struggling to gain market share?
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Sprint (S) is offering a slew of price cuts in an effort to attract more customers, but is this a sign the company is struggling to gain market share? Sprint is offering 12GB of shared data for $90 a month, a more valuable deal than T-Mobile's (TMUS) 10GB for $100. Verizon (VZ) and AT&T (T) both charge $160 per month for 10GB of data. TheStreet's Scott Gamm speaks with Angelo Zino, an analyst with S&P Capital IQ to discuss the stock implications of the telecom's push to become a value provider amid its close competition with T-Mobile.