T-Mobile’s pricing commitment backfires, unifies critics

With a hearing on Capitol Hill approaching and regulatory review still underway, T-Mobile and Sprint are trying to dampen efforts to block their proposed merger by making a new pledge to maintain or cut prices for three years if the deal is approved. In a new filing with the FCC, T-Mobile CEO John Legere argued that there is no incentive to increase prices because rate increases would cause irreparable harm to the company.
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Written by Developer on February 5, 2019
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