Sprint, T-Mobile shares fall on fears deal will be blocked

T-Mobile and Sprint, the nation’s third and fourth largest wireless carriers, announced a $26.8 billion merger on Sunday that could dramatically reshape the telecom industry while testing the appetites of consumers and regulators alike for further corporate consolidation.

Sprint, T-Mobile shares fall on fears deal will be blocked

Shares of Sprint and T-Mobile tumbled Monday on worries their proposed telecom mega merger would be blocked by antitrust regulators.

Mon 30 Apr 18 from Phys.org

What the T-Mobile and Sprint merger means for you

How the deal could affect prices, competition and your service.

Mon 30 Apr 18 from The Washington Post

Sprint, T-Mobile have to sell $26.5B deal to antitrust cops

To gain approval for their $26.5 billion merger agreement, T-Mobile and Sprint aim to convince antitrust regulators that there is plenty of competition for wireless service beyond Verizon and ...

Mon 30 Apr 18 from Phys.org

T-Mobile, Sprint to form 'new company': CEO

US wireless operators Sprint and T-Mobile will form a new company and push development of a super-fast 5G network, the head of one of the firms said Sunday.

Sun 29 Apr 18 from Phys.org

T-Mobile and Sprint announce plans to merge

Sun 29 Apr 18 from The Washington Post

Sprint and T-Mobile are reportedly nearing a merger deal

A merger would require persuading antitrust regulators that a deal that eliminates a competitor is good for consumers.

Fri 27 Apr 18 from The Washington Post

Sprint announces highest profit ever after saying it needs T-Mobile merger

If Sprint were in worse shape, T-Mobile merger deal might not have happened.

Thu 3 May 18 from Arstechnica

Sprint and T-Mobile: A coalition of also-rans

Once upon a time, two wireless carriers were struggling to survive in a cutthroat business. They tried going it alone, and even almost married other players. But they seemed to find ...

Tue 1 May 18 from Engadget

U.S. Commerce Secretary says 5G priority for Trump administration

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Tuesday said building a next generation 5G mobile network was a priority for the Trump administration, boosting the argument behind ...

Tue 1 May 18 from Reuters Technology

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