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Sprint chairman: buying T-Mobile would allow a ‘real fight’ with AT&T, Verizon

11
Mar
2014

Sprint chairman Masayoshi Son tipped his companys interest in purchasing T-Mobile today, saying the deal would help the pair better take on larger rivals Verizon and ATT. In a new interview with Charlie Rose, Son didnt say a deal had been struck, but confirmed Sprints intent on buying T-Mobile, a deal he says would create a massive price war among mobile carriers if approved by regulators. I would like to have the real fight, OK? Not the pseudo fight, the real fight, Son told Rose according to the Wall Street Journal.

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