Will AT&T's failed T-Mobile merger effect new cell sites?

by Frank
(San Francisco)

Now that AT&T has pulled out of the T-Mobile acquisition deal I read that they need to pay T-Mobile $4 Billion dollars. That can't be good for AT&T if they are wanting to improve their 4G network, right??

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Dec 21, 2011
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Don't cry for AT&T.....
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

AT&T has plenty of money. The $4 Billion was in cash and other assets. AT&T can build the network they speak about all the time for a fraction of the cost that they would have spent in trying to acquire T-Mobile.

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