Mobile Promises You Will Pay Less, Get More After Sprint Merger

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This week, they gave their word to the FCC that they also don't plan to raise prices for the next 3 years as they combine.

T-Mobile is still trying to complete its acquisition of Sprint and merge the two into the New T-Mobile.

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The newly proposed deal blasts back at those that oppose the merger by saying that it would lead to higher prices which could harm consumers by taking one of the four major players out of the wireless space, USA Today reported. The company also thinks that all wireless consumers would be better off after the merger as AT&T and Verizon would most likely reduce prices also to remain competitive.

T-Mobile US Inc told the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Monday it would not increase prices for three years, with few exceptions, if it gets approval to buy rival Sprint Corp for $26 billion. T-Mobile CEO John Legere has sent a letter to the agency to address the concerns surrounding the deal.

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T-Mobile says that the new customer care employees will be eligible to receive benefits and opportunities such as significant management preparation experience, career development paths and college tuition reimbursement. Despite being the fastest-growing carrier in recent years, T-Mobile rounded out 2018 with 80 million subscribers. If the company's merger with Sprint is approved, it claims to "create the highest capacity network in USA history".

Credit: T-Mobile "Critics of our merger, largely employed by Big Telco and Big Cable, have principally argued that we are going to raise rates right after the merger closes". I want to assure you that we would never do this. Legere says that the merger would facilitate the deployment of its 5G network and due to its enormous capacity and lower marginal cost per customer, customers will receive better service and more data at same or lower rates. "Today's news makes clear that T-Mobile knows that its merger is in trouble".

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