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Topic: T-mobile

AT&T, T-Mobile Designated for Administrative Hearing

FCC's Genachowski could not find deal served public interest

AT&T has a little less to be thankful for this November. Just as everyone in Washington, DC is headed for grandma's, the Federal Communications Commission decided to make big news about…

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…

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