The Justice Department approved the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint last week, which would bring together the country’s third and fourth largest wireless companies. It’s another chapter in the long history of American telecom companies merging. Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson talks with Derek Thompson (@DKThomp), senior editor at The Atlantic, about what the merger means for consumers.
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