T-Mobile Won’t Up Prices For 3 Years If Merger Happens


T-Mobile is promising not to raise prices for three years but on one condition.

CEO John Leger says if the FCC approves its $26-billion merger with Sprint, T-Mobile will put price increases on hold.

The possible merger was announced last April.

Some critics have argued that combining the networks would mean higher prices for customers, but T-Mobile is guaranteeing that it won’t.

The wireless operators say that joining forces will increase competition that could help with the introduction of super-fast 5-g network speeds.

Before the merger can move forward, it’ll have to be approved by the FCC and the Justice Department.

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