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Topic: T-mobile

Group Charges AT&T Ad Promoting Merger Is Deceptive

Appeals to TV station's public interest obligation

Opening up a new front in the fight to stop AT&T's $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile, public interest law firm Media Access Project is going after AT&T's TV ad promoting…

Judge: Sprint, C Spire Can Sue to Stop AT&T, T-Mobile Deal

Judge also limits claims plaintiffs can make, however

Sprint and C Spire (formerly known as Cellular South) will get a chance to argue in federal court that the proposed $39 billion merger between AT&T and T-Mobile would stifle…

U.S. Sues to Block AT&T's Takeover of T-Mobile

Claims it would violate antitrust law

The U.S. government has sued to block AT&T’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile, arguing that the deal would “substantially lessen competition” in the wireless market. The Justice Department filed a complaint today…

FCC to Link Review of 2 AT&T Deals

Regulators stop just shy of combining review

AT&T was dealt a bureaucratic curveball late Monday by the Federal Communications Commission which decided to coordinate its review of AT&T's controversial $39 billion bid for T-Mobile with its proposed…

Desperate to Stop AT&T, Sprint Doubles Lobbying Spend

Wireless company scared of T-Mobile deal

Sprint has pulled out the checkbook in its quest to stop AT&T's proposed deal to buy T-Mobile, which would relegate Sprint to a very distant number three in the wireless…

AT&T Responds to Critics of T-Mobile Merger

Continues to tout long list of supporters, despite accusations

WASHINGTON—AT&T is going to the full-court press as it makes its case in favor of its proposed $39 billion deal to buy T-Mobile. On Tuesday, for what was the third…

AT&T to Respond to Critics

FCC filing will stress broad support for T-Mobile merger

AT&T will respond Friday to critics of their proposed merger with T-Mobile in a 200-page brief filed with the Federal Communications Commission as part of the regulator's review of $39…

Battle Lines Drawn Over AT&T, T-Mobile Deal

FCC receives more than 28,000 comments

The battle lines around AT&T's proposed $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom have now been fully drawn. When the deadline for comments on the deal expired Tuesday, the…

Party Lines on AT&T, T-Mobile Deal Taking Shape

Democrat provides the only fireworks at House hearing

WASHINGTON—A hearing on AT&T's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile that the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet held Thursday didn’t unearth anything new in the…

Ad of the Day: AT&T

Flash mobs don't always work out as planned

In the fiercely competitive mobile world, carriers all try to claim their 4G networks are better than those offered by competitors. AT&T, whose data speeds have been criticized in the…

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