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T-Mobile says cost to close merger with Sprint should come down by 10%

Reuters Friday, 26 July 2019
T-Mobile US said on Friday that the cost required to acquire smaller rival Sprint will come down by 10 percent from the initial $26.5 billion following the divesture of assets to Dish Network.
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