Opponents of the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint labeled it “presumptively unlawful” Thursday and launched a formal push to block the deal in Washington. Led by Public Knowledge, Communications Workers of America, Dish Network and regional wireless carrier CSpire, … Continued
A group of public interest groups, unions, telecom companies and others formed the new 4Competition Coalition to work to challenge the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. The new association said it will work to educate the public on what … Continued
A diverse array of concerned companies, consumer organizations, labor unions, and industry associations today announced the formation of the 4Competition Coalition, a new alliance to tell policymakers that the Sprint/T-Mobile merger as currently proposed must be blocked.
Earlier this year, T-Mobile and Sprint announced that they would merge. If approved, their combination would shrink the number of major wireless carriers in the United States from four to three. Now, 14 different organizations have penned a letter to Democratic House leaders requesting a hearing on the proposed merger.
T-Mobile US Inc. is offering a revised rationale for buying Sprint Corp., a turn that critics say is a sign the carrier’s earlier arguments weren’t winning over U.S. officials who can bless or kill the deal.