3 Telecom Stocks Seeing Action: MetroPCS Finds New Home at NYSE, Verizon’s Cloud Offering, and Sprint to Lay Down Nextel

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MetroPCS (NYSE:PCS): After pulling the trigger on its merger with T-Mobile, the child of Deutsche Telekom and its new sibling will be launching themselves on the New York Stock Exchange, under the ticker TMUS. The now-larger carrier will be retaining the T-Mobile USA name, as well as its headquarters in Bellevue, Washington. The shares will likely start trading at around $15 or $16 a piece.

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