Has the very rationale for the T-Mobile merger has come under scrutiny?
Well, yes, according to an opinion piece on The Hill (link below). Adonis Hoffman, the author states: the “very rationale for the merger has come under scrutiny. Arguments suggesting a loss of jobs have been picked up by labor groups.” Questions surrounding high-speed rural access have found favor with Republican Representatives, and the impact on lower income people and communities is a recurring theme.
Hoffman also states:
At this point, the Sprint-T-Mobile merger has a higher than 50-50 bar to overcome. It must satisfy ongoing concerns about fixed and mobile 5G; the integrity of the prepaid wireless market, and the ever-present matter of consumer pricing.
You can read the entire article here.
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