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The Top 10 Telecom Mergers And Acquisitions Of 2019 (So Far)

From the just-approved $26.5 billion-dollar Sprint/T-Mobile merger to smaller service providers joining forces to better compete against the incumbent telecom giants, here's a roundup of ten of the biggest telecom mergers and acquisitions that we've seen so far in 2019.

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Telecoms Teaming Up

Mega-mergers, such as the mammoth $85.4 billion deal between AT&T and Time Warner, took over the telecom news cycle in 2018, but this year hasn't been upstaged when it comes to M&A activity that has the industry buzzing. For one, the pending $26.5 billion-dollar proposed Sprint and T-Mobile merger isn't making news because of its price tag, but more because it’s the fourth tie-up attempt from the third and fourth largest carriers in the country -- and it just received the blessing of the U.S. Department of Justice.

On the other hand, smaller service providers are coming together to expand their footprints and better compete with the likes of the incumbent telecom players. At the same time, these large, established industry giants are making news of their own as they venture outside of their core competencies and scoop up companies that will add unique value to their connectivity services, as evidenced by Comcast's purchase of managed Wi-Fi provider Deep Blue Communications this year.

Here's a roundup of ten of the biggest telecom mergers and acquisitions that we've seen so far in 2019.

 
 
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