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  • One phone on any carrier? Sprint mulling 4G change with profound implications

     
    In the not-too-distant future, you might be able to buy a cellphone that could be used on any of the major U.S. carriers, according to rumblings in the mobile phone industry. A change to Sprint Nextel's cellular infrastructure that the wireless telecom is cons
  • AT&T to convert T-Mobile 3G towers to 4G, switch T-Mobile 3G users to AT&T phones

     
    AT&T said on Monday that T-Mobile's 3G subscribers will need to replace their phones to keep their wireless service going -- that is, if the AT&T buying T-Mobile deal goes through. Sometime after the deal is closed, AT&T said it is planning to...

    AT&T to buy T-Mobile USA, creating U.S. wireless giant

     
    AT&T Inc. announced Sunday it would buy T-Mobile USA in a cash and stock deal worth $39 billion, a move that would combine two of the largest U.S. wireless providers and build a telecommunications behemoth that would tower over Verizon Wireless, the other...

    Justice Department sues to block AT&T takeover of T-Mobile [Updated]

     
    Justice Department files suit to block AT&T takeover of T-Mobile: The U.S. Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit seeking to block AT&T Inc.'s proposed $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA, arguing that the blockbuster purchase would...

    Sprint backs government suit to block AT&T takeover of T-Mobile

     
    Sprint supports DOJ suit to block AT&T and T-Mobile deal: Unsurprisingly, Sprint is backing the Department of Justice's antitrust lawsuit that seeks to prevent AT&T from taking over T-Mobile in a $39-billion deal.