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12/20/2011 09:37 AM ID: 91242 Permalink   

AT&T Pulls $39 Million Bid for T-Mobile

 

AT&T´s $39 million bid to buy T-Mobile USA came to an end yesterday after AT&T decided to call off the takeover.

The Justice Department wanted to block the deal because it would mean "higher prices, worse service, less consumer choice and massive job cuts".

Sprint, which is interested in T-Mobile as well, could now join forces with T-Mobile.

 
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Thirty nine billion. Million would be quite the bargain.
 
  by: H. W. Hutchins   12/20/2011 01:54 PM     
 
 
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