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T-Mobile Still “Confident” About The Merger With AT&T, In Spite Of Challengers

T-Mobile Still “Confident” About The Merger With AT&T, In Spite Of Challengers

Right now it seems that so many are against T-Mobile’s merger with AT&T. Most notably are Sprint, the Department of Justice, and seven state attorney generals. Maybe it’s just the noise from these groups, but it looks like it will be a tough climb to approval for AT&T and T-Mobile. However, that has not swayed T-Mobile’s confidence on the likelihood […]

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T-Mobile Responds To The AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Opponents, Listen Up Sprint And Others

T-Mobile Responds To The AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Opponents, Listen Up Sprint And Others

Everyone has had there say on the merger between AT&T and T-Mobile. Most notably, Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint, has been in opposition of this since it was announced. Today, we get a word from T-Mobile. As you can expect, this echoes loudly what AT&T has been saying – SPECTRUM. All in all, it’s made clear that T-Mobile and AT&T […]

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AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Could Bring Substantial Job Losses, Question Is How Many?

AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Could Bring Substantial Job Losses, Question Is How Many?

The other day the mobile world was rocked when seemingly out of nowhere AT&T announced that it had agreed to acquire T-Mobile for a cool $39 billion dollars. The reactions across the industry and with consumers varied widely, some folks thought this wouldn’t ultimately be a good thing, while others argued it was one of the worst possible outcomes they […]

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AT&T And T-Mobile Merger: Sprint Appeals, Verizon Moves On! How Do You Feel?

AT&T And T-Mobile Merger: Sprint Appeals, Verizon Moves On! How Do You Feel?

With the motions now in place for AT&T to begin the acquisition/merger of T-Mobile, the other major players have stated their opinions on the matter. As you may already know, Sprint and Verizon are on opposite spectrums with this new deal. Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse stated, “I have concerns it would stifle innovation” when referring to the possible acquisition. Additionally, […]

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