T-Mobile And Sprint Decide To Merge

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T-Mobile And Sprint Decide To Merge

T-Mobile and Sprint agreed to merge.

T-Mobile and Sprint agreed to merge.

Image credited to flickr.

T-Mobile and Sprint agreed to merge.

Image credited to flickr.

Image credited to flickr.

T-Mobile and Sprint agreed to merge.

Recently, the third and fourth largest wireless carriers, T-Mobile and Sprint, agreed to merge. They previously attempted to merge back in 2014, but were rejected by the Department of Justice. Under the business-friendly Trump Administration, T-Mobile and Sprint hope they will be accepted.

“The problem is, as has been seen elsewhere, when you get down to three wireless carriers, things get a little too cozy. Technology investment doesn’t drop, but prices rise. That’s been the situation in Canada for years — with three dominant carriers, they have great networks, but high prices and no nationwide unlimited data plans,” PCMag mobile analyst Sascha Segan wrote.

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