T-Mobile has announced a merger completion date of April 1 (ironic, if you ask us), but the CPUC is insisting they won’t meet to discuss the last step in the merger until April 16.
CPUC approval is needed for the merger to go forward in California. At least technically – the New T-Mobile could launch in April 1 in 49 states, while maintaining separate Sprint and T-Mobile presences in California.
But even that could only go forward after District Court Judge Kelly completes his review of the merger under the Tunney Act. It is presumed, however that Kelly will approve the merger.
However, none of this has prevented T-Mobile from putting out a formal date of April 1 to close the merger.
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