As part of its deal with paving the way for the latter to purchase Sprint, the Department of Justice (DOJ) wanted a company to replace Sprint to become the “fourth nationwide facilities-based network competitor.” The DOJ looks for anti-trust violations and monopolies and it worried that reducing the number of major U.S. carriers by 25% from four to three would reduce competition in the industry. The regulatory agency feared higher pricing for consumers as a result.
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