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Justice Dept. Questions Legitimacy of AT&T/T-Mobile Deal

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HatesBlackberrys

Dec 7, 2011, 7:01 PM

AT&T Wins Again

This was the plot of the removal of the rquest in the first place. By AT&T removing the request, then the legitimacy of the suit goes out the window. The suit gets tossed out and then when that is tossed out, they resubmit the request again.


The WORSE part of this whole deal is the ammount of tax payer money that's going into trying to prevent AT&T from trying to monopolize the cell phone industry as they did with landlines back in the 80's and 90's.
True, because the existing law clearly prohibits such a monopoly from being formed. There's no grey area here whatsoever. Why do we need a lawsuit or anything other than the FCC telling AT&T to take a hike? The only way this deal could ever legally...
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What do you mean by "monopolize the cell phone industry as they did with landlines back in the 80's and 90's"?
I believe you need to read your history a little better so you know the telecommunications industry better.
The Ma Bell breakup was initia...
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