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Not everyone sees this big news as good news.

T-Mobile is making a power move in the wireless market and has decided to merge with Sprint to make one new giant company.

Wall Street Journal reports the deal will cost $26 billion and will help merge both companies coverage network to compete with other giants like Verizon and AT&T. T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere hopes to expand its coverage and employees in rural areas, which is one area all wireless companies are looking to do.


Though Legere promises to keep the customer service and perks the same wish makes many T-Mobile customers loyal, some customers showed their concerns on social media.


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Source: WSJ

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