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T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Is Finally Approved: 5 Things To Know

Sprint and T-Mobile have the regulatory permission they need to close their $26.5 billion mega-merger. Here are five things to know about the biggest telecom merger we've seen so far in 2019.

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Terms And Conditions  

The conditions of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger dictate that once combined, the new company must divest Sprint’s prepaid business, Boost Mobile—and its roughly 9 million customers—and its 800MHz spectrum assets to Dish Network, which the satellite TV provider is buying for $5 billion. The "New T-Mobile," which is the name the newly combined company is going by for now, must give Dish wireless customers access to its network for seven years and offer standard transition services arrangements to Dish during a transition period of up to three years. Dish will also have an option to take on leases for certain cell sites and retail locations that are decommissioned by the "New T-Mobile," but Dish will also have to build out its own 5G network for customers.

 
 
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