The FCC is set to resume the “shot clock” on the $26.5B plan to merge T-Mobile and Sprint and is seeking comments on the new economics for the deal submitted by the two companies.
The agency had paused the review period, saying more time was needed to review “substantially revised” engineering and business models, as well as as signaled intention from T-Mobile to submit more economic modeling.
The shot clock will restart Dec. 4, after the FCC received a new study from the companies on Nov. 6. That new study represents a “substantial body of new material” and relies on newly submitted data and methodologies.
Interested parties have until Dec. 4 to file comments.
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