After submitting a $39 million bid to acquire T-Mobile, AT&T is currently awaiting approval of the bid from both federal and state officials.
California’s Public Utilities Commission has already met 7 times to discuss the acquisition and the Federal Communications Commission and Justice Department are also considering the bid.
If the acquisition is approved by both state and federal authorities, AT&T will beat out Verizon Wireless as the nation’s largest wireless carrier.
An At&T spokesperson said of the deal, “We are optimistic that the CPUC will find that the merger is in the public interest and issue its recommendation with no conditions.”
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