Thursday, December 8, 2022
Published 3 Years Ago on Friday, Nov 01 2019 By Inside Telecom Staff
T-Mobile says it expects its combination with Sprint to
close next year as it awaits a December antitrust trial with a group of state
The company previously planned to complete the deal this
The U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal
Communications Commission have approved the deal, but a coalition of 15 states
and the District of Columbia are trying to block it, saying it will drive up prices
The states’ group has lost Colorado and Mississippi, which
reached agreements with the companies.
T-Mobile and Sprint announced their deal in April 2018.
Credit: Associated Press
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