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,
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