Two rural wireless carriers and the association representing wireless internet providers today joined the 4Competition Coalition, an alliance of concerned companies, public interest groups, labor unions and industry associations speaking out against the Sprint/T-Mobile merger.
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A proposal to merge T-Mobile and Sprint is facing new opposition as a group of consumer groups, labor unions, and industry associations have formed the 4Competition Coalition, a new alliance aimed at derailing the merger. Read the full article here.
Thirteen parties, including Dish, CWA, C-Spire, Public Knowledge, and NTCA have come together to form the 4Competition Coalition, calling on policymakers to block the proposed Sprint/T-Mobile deal. Read the full article here.