After years of intermittent discussions, T-Mobile and Sprint finally reached an agreement in April 2018 to merge into a single company. The final product will be a much larger T-Mobile that rivals the size of its two largest wireless competitors, Verizon and AT & T, and is led by the current CEO of T-Mobile, John Legere, while Sprint's leadership Take a seat on the council.
What will this mean for consumers and the wireless industry in general? Does the agreement have a chance to eliminate regulatory scrutiny? Follow here to get the latest news and analysis about the long-term merger.