T-Mobile and Sprint to merge

T-Mobile and Sprint on Sunday announced a plan to merge in a deal that would combine the third- and fourth-largest telecommunications companies in the U.S. The two companies have attempted to merge in the past, only to abandon plans after scrutiny from regulators or failed negotiations. A successful merger would reduce the number of major wireless service providers in the United States from four to three.

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if they can make the prices lower, I am fine with it. I like T-mobile

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1 minute ago, Meanwhile said:

if they can make the prices lower, I am fine with it. I like T-mobile

me too. I am not sure about Verizom, but At&t is too expensive

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I was paying less for phone service in Europe and had better reception. That is because Europe has consumer friendly laws. We dont

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Sprint and T-mobile merger is a bad idea from the standpoint of consumers. we need more competition, not less. 

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I use my T-Mobile smartphone to hotspot high-speed internet to all my other devices in my home. I can even stream HD movies to my television through my phone. Unlimited data, traveled to Europe with free internet and messaging. Love it

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Sprint and T-Mobile say a merger is the only way for them to remain competitive with Verizon and AT&T in the wireless market and in the race to develop 5G networks.

In other words, they fail at business and need new leadership and ideas.

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they shouldnt be worreid about competition,. If Att and warner merge, it will be on Trumps blacklist

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6 minutes ago, Hajga Loma DK said:

Sprint and T-mobile merger is a bad idea from the standpoint of consumers. we need more competition, not less. 

It's good for exactly three companies: Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. In no way will it be good for consumers to have less competition.

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1 minute ago, Joanna said:

It's good for exactly three companies: Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. In no way will it be good for consumers to have less competition.

No. Three companies now offering essentially the same level of service will make for fierce competition. 

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