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

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Replying to:  AT&T Wins Again by HatesBlackberrys   Dec 7, 2011, 7:01 PM

Re: AT&T Wins Again

by psycros    Dec 8, 2011, 2:58 AM

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 be approved would be if T-Mo's spectrum were split up between multiple carriers or AT&T divested themselves of a good bit of their own spectrum or pulled out of a lot of markets. It wouldn't shock me if they come back with a new deal that makes exactly these kinds of concessions. We know the carriers are fixated on getting as much bandwidth into the big urban centers as possible..they'd certainly give up many small markets to achieve this goal

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