T-Mobile And Sprint Mega Merger, Coronavirus And China’s Huawei Play Role In Quicker Build-ing Of U.S. 5G Network
What do T-Mobile, Sprint, coronavirus and Huawei have in common? Answer: They are playing a role in the quicker building of 5G telecommunications infrastructure in the U.S. Even in the U.K., China’s Huawei may play a role in speeding 5G infrastructure network building, perhaps without the participation of Huawei.
Media companies such as Stock Market Press are reporting on the fast growing 5G telecommunications market. It keeps readers up to date on 5G company stocks such as iQSTEL Inc. (OTC: IQST), Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI), China Mobile Limited (NYSE: CHL),Verizon (NYSE: VZ), AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T), T-Mobile US (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) in 5G. Also covered are trends by semiconductor manufacturers Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM), Qorvo (NASDAQ: QRVO) and Skyworks Solutions (NASDAQ: SWKS), among others.
T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) And Sprint Mega Merger, Coronavirus And China’s Huawei Play Role In Quicker Building Of U.S. 5G Network
All of these seemingly unconnected players may, together, have helped speed the installation of 5G network infrastructure in the U.S. and U.K. The $26 billion merger of T-Mobile US (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint was seen by experts as speeding the building of a 5G network in the U.S. Now it appears 5G will be arriving still sooner. The fourth coronavirus bill in the U.S. is being proposed as an infrastructure funding trillion dollar vehicle. Included is money for a self-built 5G network, free from participation by Huawei, due to security concerns. The coronavirus crisis has spurred the demand for 5G remote service.
The U.S. had wanted its allies — such as Britain — to build 5G without Huawei. Instead, Britain sought to partner with China and Huawei. Now, that thinking may be changing, and Britain may turn to other 5G resources to build its network. Either way, 5G wins in both the U.S. and U.K. as its importance grows. Between the mega merger and coronavirus, 5G is seen as more important than ever in bringing faster internet, SmartPhones, blockchain and other features to the future of telecommunications. Both countries want 5G fast. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint mega merger, coronavirus and China’s Huawei play role in quicker building of U.S. 5G network.
The merger creates a new combined firm with T-Mobile the surviving name trading under the ticker (NASDAQ: TMUS). The new, larger T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) promised 5G network coverage of 85% of rural Americans and 97% of the entire U.S. within three years after consummation of the deal. It has committed to 99% coverage of the nation within six years after closing. Everyone wins, especially 5G and its network installers. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint mega merger, coronavirus and China’s Huawei play role in quicker building of U.S. 5G network.
5G: Here Comes iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) As An International Telecommunications Innovator
International telecommunications specialist iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) is a growing and important player in the building and maintenance of 5G. The company offers a wide array of services to the telecommunications industry such as Internet of Things (IoT) technology solutions and Submarine Fiber Optic Network capacity for 5G. Leandro Iglesias, CEO of iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST), said that the company has identified several acquisition targets, such as an unnamed Central American firm, and has started due diligence.
iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) is aggressively growing its stable of subsidiaries and is eyeing a larger multi-national telecommunications 5G role for itself in Europe, Latin America, the U.S. and seeks to expand its size in Central America, Mexico and the U.S. Even before the coronavirus crisis began, 5G was seen as the future dominant technology in global telecommunications.
Coronavirus Impact On 5G: Remote Telecommunications A Priority
iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) envisions the total global impact of 5G: quicker internet speeds (IoT), faster 5G SmartPhones, driverless vehicles, new blockchain sourced faster international banking payment services and other revolutionary telecommunication activities.
5G will be a a quicker, healthier way to communicate from a distance and limit in-person contact. Coronavirus may impact availability of equipment and devices, yet 5G future now will only be quicker as global lockdowns create more appetite for faster 5G service.
iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) Builds Team Of 5G Subsidiaries And Seeks More
Even after assembling an important team of 5G-related high technology subsidiaries, iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) is seeking more 5G-capable companies. It has received an invitation to submit a Request For Information (RFI) from a central American fiber-optic network firm which could lead to a controlling interest in that future 5G company. That company has an attractive 2,300 mile aerial fiber optic network utilizing 4,500 high voltage electrical towers. It is estimated that this company could be potentially valued at $100+ million as it transitions from 4G to 5G within the next six-nine months. It would interconnect Central America, Mexico and the U.S. within thee years.
iQSTEL, Inc. (OTC: IQST) Sees The Growth Potential Of 5G
iQSTEL Inc. (OTC: IQST) has wholly-owned, Miami-based subsidiary, Etelix.com USA, LLC, an American-based 5G provider of Submarine Fiber Optic Network capacity for internet (4G and 5G). It owns 51% of SwissLink Carrier AG. SwissLink Carrier AG provides international VoIP connectivity worldwide and more. It also owns 51% of QGlobal SMS LLC, a U.S.-based company which has international interconnection with Tier 1 SMS aggregators to more than 100 countries worldwide. Recently, it added another high tech subsidiary when it completed its acquisition of a 75% stake of itsBchain LLC, a blockchain technology developer.
The company has such a promising future in telecommunications globally that it was announced last week that the original shareholders of subsidiaries Etelix and SwissLink gave back to iQSTEL Inc. (OTC: IQST) a combined 20.8 Million shares, reducing the parent company’s outstanding share count to 24 Million, a reduction by almost 50%. The transaction was completed because the subsidiaries see it as “the best course of action is to further facilitate corporate growth with the return of these shares,” said Mr. Iglesias, CEO of iQSTEL Inc. (OTC: IQST).
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