Dish, 5G Dominate Briefs Staking Out Stands On Sprint Deal

Law360 (January 27, 2020, 7:32 PM EST) -- Economists, industry groups and public advocates submitted a slew of briefs taking predicable positions on the U.S. Department of Justice deal clearing T-Mobile's purchase of Sprint, which conditioned the tie-up on promises from the merging companies to rapidly roll out next-generation wireless technology and on Dish's prospects as a new national wireless competitor.

Telecommunications carrier group Incompas, for instance, on Friday told the D.C. federal judge reviewing the DOJ merger clearance deal for its public interest implications that Dish, one of its members, will enter the market with a bang under a deal meant to prop the company up as a Sprint...

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