Q Link Wireless shows interest in purchasing Boost Mobile - Open Port

Q Link Wireless shows interest in purchasing Boost Mobile

Issa Asad Q Link Wireless CEO and Founder establish the company in 2011. The company is serving more than two million customers in the united states. The company has between 300 to 500 employees. Q Link Wireless headquarters is in Florida, United States.

Q Link Wireless

Q Link Wireless | Image by Niek Verlaan from Pixabay

Brief on Wireless telecommunications:

Telecommunications in its natural term is the form of transmitting data between two or more distant points. The transmitted data can be messages, words, images, video, sounds and more.

Wireless telecommunications, related to today, is when we use our mobile phone. Making calls, sending and receiving data on the cellular network. This cellular network is wireless means it does not connect by an electrical conductor.

More about Issa Asad Q Link Wireless CEO and Founder:

Mr. Asad is a respected entrepreneur a social media strategist a best-selling author and more. He is one of the nation’s most esteemed businessman. He had been in the telecommunications, technology and marketing industries since the 90s.

Issa Asad Q Link Wireless CEO and Founder knew as a highly expert in industry analysis, SEO techniques, sales acquisitions. He also knows for his dedicated and passionate towards the creation of innovative and original marketing campaigns.

The Q Link Wireless company:

The company Q Link Wireless is a wireless telecommunications provider for the Federal Lifeline Program eligible American consumers. Based in the United States.

Q Link Wireless

Q Link Wireless | Image credit to Q Link Wireless

Q Link Wireless is a prepaid brand and the third-largest provider of federally assisted wireless plans. Putting together a package to bid for Boost Mobile with private equity backing and could pay between $1.8 billion to $3 billion. Told to Reuters by Issa Asad Q Link Wireless founder and Chief Executive.

Some of Q Link Wireless Key features:

  • One of the fastest growing Lifeline service providers in America.
  • Providing free cell phones that include a free monthly package to millions of low-income Americans.
  • Customers have the option to select one of the free monthly package plans.

The Lifeline Program:

Originally established in the 80s by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). FCC idea was to provide low cost and free landline phone services to households and low-income individuals.

The service was built to make sure that telecommunication services will be available to them also. And as a result help them to be connected with their family, friends and other needed services.

Q Link Wireless is recognized as the Lifeline Assistance program leading provider. Its mission is to connect people, by using wireless infrastructure and that regardless of their income. All Q Link Wireless customers that approved can join into this service. They will get a mobile phone that includes a free talking package.

With years of experience. Q Link Wireless make sure for reasonable rates to high-quality wireless services. Provided to millions of Americans every day. Leading by the CEO and Founder Issa Asad and his team.

Q Link Wireless interest in Boost Mobile purchasing announcement:

Q Link Wireless has announced their interest in purchasing Boost Mobile. Boost Mobile a prepaid wireless phone company currently owned by Sprint. This will happens if T-Mobile and Sprint merger process get approved.

Currently, the deal awaits a ruling from the U.S. Department of Justice. Interested parties are already preparing bids, Reuters said. After approval by the Justice Department’s the sale, the process is expected to begin.

Boost Mobile is a wireless telecommunications brand. Australia and the United States are the 2 independent companies that use this brand. Boost Mobile was originally founded in 2000. In the United States. Boost Mobile is operated under Sprint Corporation to provide wireless service in the US.

In related to the purchase. Issa Asad also said that if it happens, the price will depend on the quality of Boost’s customers and this will include the following:

  • Their level of churn.
  • The rate of customer cancellations.
  • The devices they are using.
  • The type of phone plan they currently have.
  • And other factors.

None of which the companies have disclosed.

 


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