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Topic: T-mobile

Law Enforcement Mobile Phone Requests Raise Privacy Concerns in Washington

1.3 million made last year

Is tracking consumers across the Internet more or less frightening than law enforcement's habit of requesting personal data from mobile phone carriers? An eye-popping 1.3 million requests were made for…

Did Verizon Wireless Silence Competitor With Spectrum Deal?

T-Mobile swap could pave way for regulatory approval of cable deals

Verizon Wireless gave regulators something else to consider as they review the company's controversial $3.6 billion deals to acquire wireless spectrum and carve out marketing deals with the nation's largest…

Antitrust Senator Raises Concerns Over Verizon Cable Deals

Stops short of recommending regulators block them

Critics of Verizon Wireless' $3.9 billion spectrum purchase and marketing and joint venture deals with the nation's largest cable companies may have just won a powerful ally in their fight…

Critics of Verizon Wireless' Cable Deals Launch Coalition

Group hopes to put more pressure on regulators

Many of the same companies and groups that opposed and helped to shut down the AT&T purchase of T-Mobile are joining forces to take on Verizon Wireless' spectrum and marketing…

Smaller Carriers Worry Big Two Will Dominate Spectrum Auctions

Debate rages over FCC authority

Fearing that AT&T and Verizon will gobble up the entire wireless spectrum in an auction, a group of competitors sent a letter to the Congressional Conference Committee considering spectrum auction…

AT&T Kills T-Mobile Merger

Deal faced stiff opposition from government, consumers

AT&T's blockbuster deal to acquire T-Mobile for $39 billion from Deutsche Telekom is dead. The decision by AT&T comes nine months after it announced the deal. AT&T will recognize a pretax…

Court Grants Stay to Put AT&T and T-Mobile Case on Hold

AT&T says it is considering how to revise $39 billion deal

Is AT&T admitting defeat in its $39 billion bid to acquire T-Mobile, or just taking a breather while it figures out another way to structure the merger?  In a terse statement…

FCC Opts to Release Embarrassing Report on AT&T-T-Mobile Merger

AT&T slams move, liberal groups hail it

The Federal Communications Commission officially granted AT&T and T-Mobile's request to withdraw their merger application on Tuesday. But that's where the good news ended for the telecoms. The commission did…

Liberal Groups to FCC: Don't Let AT&T Off the Hook

Telecom accused of 'litigation gamesmanship'

Liberal interest groups Public Knowledge and Media Access Project don't just want AT&T's $39 billion deal with T-Mobile to die—they want AT&T to suffer; they want the Federal Communications Commission…

AT&T All but Gives Up on T-Mobile Merger

Last ditch effort to focus on DOJ court case

AT&T looks like it might be ready to give up on its $39 billion proposed acquisition of T-Mobile. Staggering from the Federal Communications Commission's likely rejection of the deal, AT&T…

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