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Groups Urges FCC To Stop The T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

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Groups Urges FCC To Stop The T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

Groups Urges FCC To Stop The T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

According to a report by Broadcasting & Cable, opponents of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger claim that it's in the public interest for the companies to not solidify the deal, and urged the FCC not to approve it.

Opponents of the deal reportedly said, "Our nation’s antitrust and telecommunications laws set a purposefully high bar for mergers that consolidate a market to this degree.

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Groups Urges FCC To Stop The T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

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