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Mobile carriers T-Mobile, Sprint agree to US$26 bil. merger

Mobile carriers T-Mobile, Sprint agree to US$26 bil. merger


After years of back and forth, U.S. telecoms
giant T-Mobile announced Sunday that it has finally agreed to buy rival Sprint. The all-stock merger is worth 26 billion U.S.
dollars and needs approval from America’s antitrust regulators. Pundits believe the deal will go through because
it will create thousands of jobs and also help the U.S. beat China to creating the next
generation mobile network. However critics say reduced competition in
the American telecoms market could end up hurting consumers. If the merger is confirmed, then T-Mobile
will be positioned as a fierce rival to Verizon and AT&T.

1 thought on “Mobile carriers T-Mobile, Sprint agree to US$26 bil. merger”

  1. The T-Mobile merger with Sprint will make it much more competitive and with this two companies combine themselves they will be the first to 5G LTE and be the fastest when it comes to speeds this means surpassing AT&T as the number two company and the United States and they would have better coverage and most areas especially in there in the cities and I'm all for John Ledgere leading both companies

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