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The DoJ announced that Arkansas has joined Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma and South Dakota in the settlement, which is designed to launch Dish as a fourth nationwide provider of retail mobile wireless services. “We are gratified that Arkansas shares our view of the tremendous benefits to competition that will arise out of the proposed Read more…

Dish has started to build out its wireless executive team, hiring Marc Rouanne and Stephen Bye. Rouanne, formerly of Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent will be the Chief Network Officer. Bye, who previously worked at C-Spire and Sprint, will be Chief Commercial Officer, leading network application development and commercialization. They join Tom Cullen (EVP, Corporate Development), Jeff McSchooler (EVP, Read more…

Well, we think so. And we’re not the only one. Peter Adderton, founder of Boost Mobile, thinks so as well. Below is a link to an interview Peter did on Bloomberg TV: — NWIDA members, contact us today if you need our assistance and if you’re not yet a member, we invite you to join today. Want Read more…

According to a report on 9News (link below), the Colorado Attorney General’s Office is ending its participation in a multi-state lawsuit to halt the T-Mobile and Sprint merger, after reaching agreements with Dish and T-Mobile. Under the terms of the agreements, Dish will locate its new wireless headquarters with at least 2,000 full-time employees in Colorado. T-Mobile, Read more…

On Wednesday, the FCC formally approved the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint. The merger was pushed through on a party-line vote with Democrats dissenting, said an FCC official. Now, the merger faces one more battle before they plan to close the deal. The FCC and DOJ are the only two federal agencies required to approve telecom deals Read more…

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood announced that his office recently reached an agreement with T-Mobile, resulting in the state dropping its opposition to the proposed merger with Sprint. Here are the commitments the New T-Mobile is making, according to the AG’s office: Within three years of closing on the merger, the New T-Mobile will deploy a 5G Read more…

According to a story in Bloomberg (link below), the Sprint / T-Mobile merger has received a third “yes” vote at the FCC, moving the deal toward agency approval – according to two people familiar with the matter. All three Republicans on the five-member agency have voted for the deal, setting in motion procedures that would require agency Read more…

As posted earlier (link) Sprint took millions of dollars meant to subsidize phone and internet service for low-income consumer. In light of this, FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks has called on the agency to put its review of the T-Mobile / Sprint merger on hold until an investigation is resolved. In a statement released yesterday, Starks said the Read more…

Sprint took millions of dollars meant to subsidize phone and internet service for low-income consumers, even while those consumers were not using the service – at least according to the FCC. FCC chairman Pai called it a “careless disregard” for taxpayers and commission rules and called on the agency’s enforcement arm to conduct a full investigation. “It’s Read more…

Pennsylvania has joined 17 other states, and the District of Columbia, in the lawsuit to stop the T-Mobile/Sprint Merger. Attorney General Josh Shapiro is the 18th attorney general to challenge the merger. The U.S. Justice Department approved T-Mobile’s request to merge with Sprint in July. The FCC approved the deal in May. Read the entire article here. Read more…

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