Just when it seems Sprint might be getting off the mat, along comes AT&T throwing another punch.
AT&T has asked the Federal Communications Commission to halt the merger of Sprint's WiMAX division with Clearwire, another blow to the creation of the companies' planned $15 billion 4G network. In April, Sprint announced that the launch of its XOHM service was delayed (opens in new tab), and that they're still looking to get it going later this year (opens in new tab).
But Brighthand reports (opens in new tab) that AT&T is crying foul and contends the deal isn't under enough scrutiny, with the emphasis on a number of spectrum licenses held by Sprint and Clearwire.
We'll keep an eye on this one.
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