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Sprint CEO says T-Mobile merger should sail through after AT&T-Time Warner deal

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News video: Sprint, T-Mobile Execs Hope The Third Time's The Charm

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T-Mobile and Sprint hope their third merger attempt will be successful. The pair formally applied to the FCC on June 18th. The move officially kicks off the review process for the $26 billion deal. It comes just months after the carriers cited an inability to find common ground. The combined company...

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