Democrats, including three presidential candidates, want FCC to delay vote on T-Mobile-Sprint


Back in May, after T-Mobile agreed to a bunch of conditions (including a three-year price freeze and a promise to cover 97% of the country with low-band 5G signals within three years), FCC Chairman Ait Pai said that he would recommend that his fellow commissioners sign off on the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. The Department of Justice (DOJ) has already approved the deal after setting up Dish Network to replace Sprint as the “fourth nationwide facilities-based network competitor.” With the FCC vote due soon, several Democrats are asking the FCC to delay the tally so that the public has a chance to …

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