Sprint Wants W.Va. To Reject AT&T's T-Mobile Buy
Sprint is attempting to intervene in AT&T's bid to get the West Virginia Public Service Commission's support for the merger, calling on the regulator to hold hearings. The merger would cut out a "vibrant" AT&T competitor in West Virginia, said Sprint, the nation's third largest wireless provider behind Verizon Communications Inc.
"The proposed transaction...
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