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AT&T is betting that Sprint’s T-Mobile merger is DOA


Sprint is openly interested in buying T-Mobile and has been trying to convince regulators that a merger will increase its ability to compete with ATT and Verizon. Sprint may be fighting a losing battle, even as its chairman, Masayoshi Son, continues his charm offensive. Analysts skeptical of the merger compare the merger to ATT’s attempted purchase of T-Mobile in 2011. The government shut that down, and according to Fierce Wireless, ATT CFO John Stephens doesn’t think the government will change its mind with Sprint. “It would be interesting to see if the government varies from that,” Stephens said at the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet Telecom Conference, referring to the government’s decision in 2011. “I don’t think they will.” He went

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