This is how T-Mobile will/would integrate Sprint in 2-3 yrs.

T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray told investors and analysts at the Moffett Nathanson Media & Communications Summit that if the company’s merger with Sprint is approved, the process of integrating the two networks will take two to three years and will look something like the integration of T-Mobile and MetroPCS. He said T-Mobile will use the same “secret sauce” it used to migrate MetroPCS customers to its network.

“You identify the anchor network as we would call it, which is the T-Mobile network. You build and light up all of the spectrum assets of the company on that combined network,” Ray said. “You add some scale to it, some density in key markets from the other network where it makes sense to avoid building that cost in over the following years. And then you start to migrate customers across from the Sprint network onto the New T-Mobile network,” he concluded. “That sounds very simple and the beautiful thing is it actually is pretty simple if you go at it that way.”



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