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After AT&T-T-Mobile, Are Verizon’s Cable Spectrum Deals on the Chopping Block?

Move over AT&T and T-Mobile, you may have company: Arch-rival Verizon Wireless is said to be under the U.S Justice Department microscope, specifically DOJ's antitrust division, for recent spectrum deals struck with cable companies like Comcast, Time Warner, Bright House Networks and Cox Communications.
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