The Department of Justice approved the long-pending merger of No. 3 carrier T-Mobile with No. 4 Sprint after the two agreed to sell Sprint’s prepaid wireless business to Dish
Network to create a fourth wireless carrier. "The deal faces one last hurdle in the form of a lawsuit by state attorneys general," Brian X. Chen reports in a piece looking at what the deal means to
consumers. For one: the Sprint brand is expected be absorbed by T-Mobile.
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