AT&T Merger News Roundup

People in the business world are looking at the merger from varying angles. I’m finding a lot of the articles interesting. Rather than re-spin them myself, I’ll give you the links. You get to read good writing from a variety of sources without having to dig through the web for hours! Win/win here at the Linc!

**Particularly Awesome** Visuals showing how the merger would consolidate cell service in America: http://www.allareacodes.com/consolidation-of-the-us-mobile-industry/

Some state attorneys are weighing in: http://www.mobiledia.com/news/85562.html

The merger might delay (badly needed) spectrum reforms:  http://www.mobiledia.com/news/85062.html

What kind of effect this could have on smartphones in the marketplace: http://bit.ly/goptMq

A look at what American cell users pay compared to the rest of the world: http://nyti.ms/h5f9iO

Sprint has now come out against the deal: http://nyti.ms/hh2YFM

And AT&T tells Sprint to mind their own business: http://politi.co/dFAAHg

AFL-CIO president sees merger as good for workers: http://bit.ly/fnV15v (I guess for the ones who get to keep their jobs)

Video explaining one of the scales that will be applied to exploring the merger: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYpMsHCPvLo

And The Consumerist shows us why mergers that allow companies to dominate a market concern people greatly: http://bit.ly/h2krg3

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