Nevada AG, Aaron Ford, announced that his office has dropped the lawsuit against Sprint/T-Mobile – resolving the state’s antitrust claims against the proposed merger of mobile wireless telecommunications service providers Sprint and T-Mobile.
As part of its deal with Nevada, Sprint and T-Mobile deal have agreed to bring their 5G network to 83% of the state’s rural communities and offer low-price plans.
“Beyond these benefits, the New T-Mobile will make a significant investment to enhance service to our Native American Tribal communities, contribute to programs that enhance opportunities for minorities, women and small businesses. Because of these commitments, I can now support a merger that will preserve Nevada jobs and benefit consumers throughout our State,”
said Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford in a statement.
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