AT&T Responds To Sprint Lawsuit.

  • September 6, 2011 5:23 pm

You may or may not have heard Sprint doesn’t want AT&T to scoop up T-Mobile. While in there eyes they’ll become a very distant third place competitor, we’d like to hope that they really do care about the U.S. consumers (read: us) that will inevitably get screwed by AT&T’s gargantuan size should the merger be approved. With that said, Sprint has launched their own lawsuit against the AT&T/T-Mobile duo in hopes of getting the merger blocked. And like clockwork, AT&T has responded.

If you were hoping for something worth reading out of camp AT&T, we sorry to report it is but more drum beating and blatant lies. Grab your snack of choice and jump inside for AT&T’s official response…

“This simply demonstrates what we’ve said all along – Sprint is more interested in protecting itself than it is in promoting competition that benefits consumers. We of course will vigorously contest this matter in court as AT&T’s merger with T-Mobile USA will: help solve our nation’s spectrum exhaust situation and improve wireless service for millions; allow AT&T to expand 4G LTE mobile broadband to another 55 million Americans, or 97% of the population; and result in billions of additional investment and tens of thousands of jobs, at a time when our nation needs them most.”

Via: PhoneScoop


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