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On Tuesday, a federal judge ruled in favor of the $26 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint.
Last year, a group of state attorneys general sued to block the deal in federal court after it received approval from both the Federal Communications Commission and the Justice Department. In January, the states argued that shrinking the national wireless carrier pool down from four to three providers would decrease competition and create higher prices for consumers if the deal were approved.
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