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Public Knowledge Argues That Proposed Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Conditions Do Not Protect Consumers

October 11, 2019 Anticompetitive mergers , Antitrust , Competition , DISH , DISH Network , DOJ , FCC , Mergers , Sprint , Sprint/T-Mobile , SprintT-Mobile , StopTmobileSprint , T-Mobile

This week, Public Knowledge filed comments with the Department of Justice regarding its proposed conditions on the Sprint / T-Mobile merger.

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DOJ’s Proposed T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Remedy Puts Consumers, Competition at Risk, State AGs Should Continue Litigation

July 26, 2019 Anticompetitive mergers , Competition , DOJ , Mergers , SprintT-Mobile

After more than a year of review, the Department of Justice announced today that it has approved the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger, the divestiture of prepaid brands and customers, as well as several side agreements designed to accelerate Dish Network’s entry into the wireless market.

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Public Knowledge: DOJ Should Follow Staff Recommendation, Block T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

May 22, 2019 Competition , DOJ , Mergers , SprintT-Mobile , T-MobileSprint

This morning, Reuters reported that the career attorneys at the Department of Justice Antitrust Division have recommended the agency file a lawsuit to block the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger. This reporting follows Monday’s announcement by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai that he would recommend the FCC approve the deal. State Attorneys General and the California Public Utilities Commission also continue to review the transaction. Public Knowledge opposes the transaction as a member of the 4Competition Coalition, filed a Petition to Deny with the FCC, and testified against the deal on Capitol Hill.

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Public Knowledge Criticizes Pai T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Proposal as Ineffective: FCC, DOJ Should Block Deal

May 20, 2019 Anticompetitive mergers , FCC , Sprint , SprintT-Mobile , T-Mobile

Today, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai released a statement announcing his support of the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger with modest conditions. The proposed merger is still pending approval by the full FCC as well as the Department of Justice, state Attorneys General, and the California Public Utilities Commission. Public Knowledge opposes the transaction as a member of the 4Competition Coalition, filed a Petition to Deny with the FCC, and testified against the deal on Capitol Hill.

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Public Knowledge to Testify Before House Energy & Commerce Committee Against Sprint/T-Mobile Deal

February 12, 2019 Anticompetitive mergers , Congress , SprintT-Mobile , Wireless Competition

Public Knowledge Senior Policy Counsel Phillip Berenbroick will testify before the U.S. House Committee on Energy & Commerce Wednesday, February 13 at 10:00 a.m. His testimony in the hearing on “Protecting Consumers and Competition: An Examination of the T-Mobile and Sprint Merger” will argue that the proposed merger is a bad deal for consumers, competition, and America’s wireless future — and would increase wireless prices and fail to deliver any verifiable or merger-specific benefits.

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Public Knowledge Files Petition to Deny Proposed T-Mobile, Sprint Merger

August 27, 2018 Competition , merger , Sprint , SprintT-Mobile , T-Mobile

Today, Public Knowledge, joined by Common Cause, Consumers Union, New America’s Open Technology Institute, and Writers Guild of America West filed a petition with the Federal Communications Commission asking the agency to deny the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint.

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