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Sprint not happy about AT&T T-Mobile deal either.

Sprint not happy about AT&T T-Mobile deal either.

We’ve reported on the DOJ’s displeasure with the infamous AT&T and T-Mobile deal. And now it seems that Sprint is joining the fray to block AT&T and T-Mobile from making this deal.

From the New York Times Dealbook article: “Sprint was one of the first and biggest opponents of the T-Mobile deal, having failed to buy the wireless carrier itself earlier this year. Its main argument is that putting the two companies together would cement AT&T and Verizon Wireless as the giants of cellphone service, leaving others even further behind and less equipped to compete.”

Rebecca Dunlevy

Rebecca Dunlevy is the Senior Notes and Comment Editor for the IPLJ and a 3L at Fordham Law School. Originally from Texas, she grew up hoping to take a bite out of the Big Apple. Her interests include fashion law, copyright, trademark, Internet law, and avoiding cybercriminals.