Democratic lawmakers say the deal could drive up prices for consumers
A group of Democratic lawmakers -- led by Senators Amy Kloubach and Elizabeth Warren -- recently expressed their concern over the potential merger between T-Mobile and Sprint.
Currently touted as the number three and number four cell phone providers in the country, the senators’ main concern involved the effect a deal would have on consumers nationwide, namely higher costs for services.
“T-Mobile and Sprint have led the way in offering wireless products and service options that are more appealing to lower-income consumers, including no contract plans, prepaid and no credit check plans, and unlimited, text, voice, and data plans,” the senators wrote.
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