The third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers in the U.S. are merging. T-Mobile today agreed to acquire Sprint in a deal worth 26-billion dollars. It’s taken four years of on-again-off-again talks that ended with the agreement that creates a carrier with 127-million customers. Verizon is the nation’s top carrier, followed by AT&T. The merger will preserve T-Mobile’s name, the company will have dual headquarters in Bellevue, Washington and Overland Park, Kansas, and will be led by T-Mobile’s current CEO John Legere.
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