FCC approves controversial T-Mobile-Sprint merge
October 17, 2019
The merger was approved by the Department of Justice in July, under the conditions that Sprint sells its subsidiary Boost Mobile and enough of its 800MHz wireless spectrum to make space for competition, T-Mobile makes its network accessible to Dish Network for seven years, and prices are not hiked for at least three years. Later, the merger was endorsed by FCC chairman Ajit Pai.
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