Parul Desai

Consumers Union

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AT&T  has purchased  T-Mobile USA  from Deutsche Telekom AG for $39 billion. It if gets regulatory approval, the merger will create the biggest wireless carrier left in the US.

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AT&T has purchased T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom AG for $39 billion. It if gets regulatory approval, the merger will create the biggest wireless carrier left in the US.

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