SoftBank says no need to change terms for Sprint deal
TOKYO, April 30
TOKYO, April 30 (Reuters) - Japanese mobile operator SoftBank Corp said on Tuesday that there was no need to change the terms of its $20.1 billion offer for U.S. wireless carrier Sprint Nextel Corp, after Dish Network Corp made a $25.5 billion counteroffer.
SoftBank President Masayoshi Son also told reporters that a review by U.S. regulators of the deal was on schedule.
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