The T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Will Hurt Workers and Consumers: We Support the Attorneys General Lawsuit

If T-Mobile merges with Sprint, it will mean higher prices for consumers, the loss of 30,000 jobs, and lower wages for wireless workers.

A group of Attorneys General have issued an antitrust complaint to block the proposed merger, but T-Mobile's lobbyists are trying to pressure state Attorneys General to drop their lawsuit before it goes to trial in December.

Sign the petition to help stop this merger.
To: State Attorneys General
From: [Your Name]

We support the Attorneys General lawsuit blocking the anti-competitive T-Mobile/Sprint merger. This merger will lead to higher prices and less choice for consumers, and the loss of 30,000 jobs and lower wages for wireless workers.
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