The T-Mobile & Sprint Merger Has Been Approved a By Federal Judge





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Girl on PhoneLast year the FCC approved the T-Mobile and Sprint merger, following approval by the DOJ. With those approvals, the merger now faces one more obstacle – a lawsuit filed by 15 states and Washington D.C to stop the merger. Now a federal judge has approved the merger clearing the way for the two companies to become one and allow DISH to become the 4th largest wireless phone company in the United States.

The lawsuit argued that the merger between the third and fourth-largest wireless carriers would reduce competition, resulting in higher prices for customers. T-Mobile and Sprint maintain that the merger would allow them to bring wireless access to a larger percentage of the country. T-Mobile has commented that they are committed to keeping costs low.

By approving the merger it has also clear the way for DISH to buy Boost Mobile and become the 4th largest wireless phone company in the United States.

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