According to a report in the Kansas City Business Journal (link below) the Sprint / T-Mobile merger has gotten some interesting news recently… Some is potentially good, and some is potentially bad.
First, the good news. The FCC is examining the details of cable companies’ wireless offerings, a move that could ease regulators’ concerns about antitrust and what happens if T-Mobile and Sprint combine, One analyst told Bloomberg that it gives the FCC an opportunity to show it is protecting consumers from diminished competition.
The less-good news: The California Public Utilities Commission has set an “evidentiary hearing” to examine the proposed merger. The relatively rare hearing would occur in February, and a decision wouldn’t come until at least June,
You can read the entire article HERE
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