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State Attorneys General Reaffirm Opposition to T-Mobile / Sprint Merger

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Jul 26, 2019, 2:02 PM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

New York State Attorney General Letitia James today confirmed that she continues to lead a coalition of 14 states in suing to stop the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint on anti-trust grounds, in spite of today's approval of the merger by the US Department of Justice. The states' concerns include specific issues with the deal announced today by the DoJ and Dish, for Dish to take certain assets from Sprint to build a new, fourth national carrier. The new concerns include: "Dish has never shown any inclination or ability to build a nationwide mobile network on its own and has repeatedly broken assurances to the Federal Communications Commission about deployment of its spectrum." and "T-Mobile and Sprint are asking Americans to trust that this new mega corporation will act directly against its own economic interests by helping transform Dish into an independent competitor that rivals this new company" In addition to New York, the plaintiffs currently include California, Colorado, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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gloopey1

Jul 27, 2019, 12:32 AM

Send in the Clowns

Where were these state attorneys when other big corporations were merging? Sprint and T-Mobile won’t survive long term without each other’s assets or customer base. Eventually, the duopoly of Verizon and AT&T would crush them to bits.

Congrats to these useless morons for delaying the inevitable by making themselves appear useful when they really aren’t.
T-mobile gains more than any other company over the last like 5 years and they are actually profitable. Now do they make as much as the big 2 no. But they don't need Sprint and would survive without this merger. A better merger would be Dish and T-mo ...
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