Who Loses "Big Time" If Sprint & T-Mobile Are Allowed to Merge

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Who loses when two major competitors merge? As told in CNBC article, the answer to that questions is the consumer. SoftBank, Sprint's parent company, is looking to buy wireless rival T-Mobile, all in an effort to wipe out competition. Though it may be a good move for Sprint, that elimination of competition is bad for the marketplace. Competition drives companies to evolve and offer reasonable prices to consumers. Shown time and time again, as pointed out in the article, competition is the gift that keeps on giving. To read more about this merger, click here.
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johnd4 (L5)
May 19, 2017
That is so true, competition in the marketplace is extremely important. Otherwise companies would have a monopoly.

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