Sprint Isn't a Big Dog in Wireless Yet


Investors were selling shares of Verizon and AT&T after DISH Network dropped its bid for Sprint Nextel , presumably because counter-bidder SoftBank is more capable of building a strong competitor. But before we put Sprint on par with Verizon and AT&T, we need to look at what huge strides the company has to make in order to catch up with its larger rivals. Fool contributor Travis Hoium doesn't think Verizon or AT&T have too much to worry about yet.

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