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T-Mobile’s AT&T prize in Spectrum shown clearly on map

T-Mobile’s AT&T prize in Spectrum shown clearly on map

This week it's being shown clear as day the amount of spectrum AT&T will have to hand over to T-Mobile after their planned merger falls through entirely. What you're going to see is a collection of areas and their associated MHz that AT&T currently has sway over but will be transferring to T-Mobile to amp up their own 4G network. This information comes from an FCC transfer application signed by AT&T and reveals the specific licenses T-Mobile will gain, here mapped out by spectrum policy reader Andrew Shepherd and so kindly shared with the entire world.

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T-Mobile parent company wants it out of the house, may sell towers

T-Mobile parent company wants it out of the house, may sell towers

It's easy to tell from the failed AT&T/T-Mobile merger that AT&T didn't come out well having to pay up billions in money and wireless spectrum after the failed purchase bid. You might think that T-Mobile and its parent company Deutsche Telekom came out pretty good on the deal, but apparently, the breakup fee wasn’t enough to keep T-Mobile living under the DT roof. DT wanted the money AT&T was going to pay for T-Mobile to fix up its European networks.

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T-Mobile USA details “record high break-up fee” from AT&T

T-Mobile USA details “record high break-up fee” from AT&T

T-Mobile USA owner Deutsche Telekom has gleefully set out exactly what it can expect from AT&T as its break-up fee, after the collapse of the acquisition deal this week. AT&T was originally to pay $39bn for T-Mobile USA; now, with regulators frowning on the deal, the carrier will be forced to cough up what Deutsche Telekom describes as a "record high break-up fee" of $3bn in cash and "a large package" of AT&T's AWS spectrum. A long-term US-wide UMTS roaming agreement is also mandatory.

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AT&T asset sale stalls as T-Mobile deal sours

AT&T asset sale stalls as T-Mobile deal sours

AT&T's strategy to sell off assets until regulators looked more fondly at its T-Mobile USA acquisitions have stalled, it's reported, with the carrier simply unable to shed sufficient weight to sway the deal in its favor. Execs at the two carriers had hoped that, by scything off more than 30-percent of T-Mobile USA, the US Justice Department might soften its stance on potential anti-competitiveness concerns about the deal; however, negotiations with Leap Wireless and Dish Network stuttered over the past two weeks, the WSJ reports, amid the growing realization that it still wouldn't be enough to fully convince the agency.

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AT&T, T-Mobile consider deal re-cut, Dish steps in

AT&T, T-Mobile consider deal re-cut, Dish steps in

For months now we've been hearing that AT&T and T-Mobile have been going back and forth with various investigatory boards, the FCC, the Department of Justice, their grandmothers, and today its come to light that AT&T is considering "recutting" its original $39 billion dollar deal for T-Mobile USA in light of U.S. antitrust authorities ever-rising opposition. The antitrust case at hand has been postponed in face of the possible recutting, and both AT&T and the Justice Department have joined in asking the judge to postpone all proceedings in the court until January 18th, 2012 -- that way everyone can take a rest and drink some egg-nog while they mull everything over.

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AT&T blasts FCC T-Mobile report: “obviously one-sided”

AT&T blasts FCC T-Mobile report: “obviously one-sided”

AT&T has lashed back at the FCC over its comments regarding the T-Mobile USA acquisition, calling preliminary analysis "obviously one-sided" and "an advocacy piece, and not a considered analysis." Penned by Jim Cicconi, AT&T's Senior Executive Vice President of External & Legislative Affairs, the rebuke claims the FCC report "cherry-picks facts to support its views, and ignores facts that don't" while "where facts were lacking, the report speculates, with no basis, and then treats its own speculations as if they were fact."

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AT&T & T-Mobile mulling joint venture if acquisition deal falls apart

AT&T & T-Mobile mulling joint venture if acquisition deal falls apart

Judging from all the rumors, it seems like that AT&T is looking at all of its remaining options in light of its withdrawn attempt to acquire T-Mobile USA from parent company Deutsche Telekom AG. Wall Street Journal gives us the latest possible scenario, which is the possibility of AT&T and Deutsche Telekom teaming up together for a joint venture should the acquisition deal ultimately fall apart. And this would be apparently be a partnership that would entail the two telecom giants pooling their infrastructure together.

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