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DOJ Working on Sprint/T-Mobile Despite Shutdown

The review of the Sprint/T-Mobile transaction by the Department of Justice is proceeding, despite the partial U.S. government shutdown, a person close to the matter told CTFN.featured

FCC Could Rule on C-Band Alliance Plan in Late 2019

With additional reporting by Rachel Rigby – Sources polled by CTFN expressed cautious optimism that the Federal Communications Commission would approve the C-Band Alliance’s plan to sell mid-band spectrum by the second or thirdfeatured

California PUC Begins to Look at Sprint/T-Mobile

Corrected:  The California Public Utilities Commission recently heard testimony that California will have little influence over the Sprint/T-Mobile merger since the leading wireless carriers have national networksfeatured

Orbit Act Could Complicate FCC C-Band Process

A law passed by Congress 18 years ago could complicate the process of determining how the Federal Communications Commission allocates spectrum used by satellite companies in the 3.7 gigahertz to 4.2 GHz range for terrestrial use,featured

Dish Central to Creation of a Fourth Large Wireless Carrier

Dish Network is central to cobbling together a national network if in the attempt to clear their merger with regulators T-Mobile and Sprint are forced to create a fourth large wireless carrier from a combination of divestments and mergers betweenfeatured

California PUC Releases Scoping Memo on Sprint/T-Mobile Merger

The California Public Utilities Commission has projected a final vote next June on T-Mobile’s proposed $26.5 billion acquisition of Sprint Corporation, according to a scoping memo issued by the commissioner assigned to oversee the review.featured

Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Might Complicate Millimeter Wave Auctions

As T-Mobile and Sprint seek regulatory approval for their pending merger, which may require significant divestments if approved by regulators,featured

Awaiting California PUC Scoping Memo on Sprint/T-Mobile Merger

A gap of several months appears to separate merging parties T-Mobile and Sprint and various consumer advocates critical of the merger over when they would like to see the California Public Utilities Commissionfeatured

CPUC to Hold Pre-Hearing Conference on Sprint/T-Mobile Merger this Week

The first order of business for the Sprint/T-Mobile merger in California will come September 13, when a California Public Utilities Commission administrative law judge is scheduled to conduct a pre-hearing conference with company representatives and other interested parties to discuss the issues they believe are important to investigate.featured

T-Mobile and Sprint in Talks with Small Carriers for Fourth Wireless Player

T-Mobile and Sprint are in talks with regional wireless carriers C Spire, Shenandoah Telecommunications (Shentel), and U.S. Cellular in addition to Dish Network as thefeatured

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