T-Mobile promises not to raise prices for 3 years if Sprint merger is approved

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Ad Meter 2019: Check out T-Mobile's 2019 Super Bowl ad. T-Mobile CEO John Legere typically proposes deals to wireless consumers. Now he is offering one to the Federal Communications Commission. If the FCC approves the telecom company's $26 billion merger with competitor Sprint, T-Mobile will put price increases on hold for three years, Legere said in note sent this week to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. Some critics have opposed the deal, announced in April, saying the elimination of one of the four largest wireless providers – Sprint is the No. 4, behind Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile – will lead to higher prices and harm consumers.

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