US state attorneys general sue to stop Sprint and T-Mobile merger over mobile monopoly concerns

Attempting to stop planned US$26 billion merger.
Sprint, T-Mobile, US, Business, Tech

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Multiple US state attorneys general have jointly filed a lawsuit to stop the planned US$26 billion merger of Sprint and T-Mobile.

If the merger goes through, it would reduce the number of US nationwide wireless carriers to three from four.

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