Any time two cellular providers merge, the issue of what to do with their common assets arises. That is, because of anti-trust laws these companies have to surrender spectrum in areas where they combine to own a certain percentage of the spectrum. They have to divest portions of spectrum in those markets, which opens up opportunities for other carriers. While Verizon will likely swoop in for everything they can get — remember, AT&T picked up plenty of spectrum when Verizon acquired Alltel — both
MetroPCS


and
Cricket


could also gain spectrum. That’s a bit of good news amid the situation, which is still undergoing regulatory scrutiny.

Via
FierceWireless


.

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