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As per reports, the Justice Department, in its latest filed law suit, aimed to chunk the AT&T's $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile declared that the culprit Company places significant aggressive heaviness on the superior cellular carriers.
However, the whole issue came to limelight when in the past few months, the department officials found that the victim company was doing some scandalous acts with the consumers buying choices.
Moreover, after this law suit, the government officials claimed that from now, they would be ordering the Company to encourage improvements in their work, and certainly would offer consumers to buy the products at much more inferior prices, along with the gift of making more choices.
In the meantime, giving a total different statement, many analysts believed that after all these announcements, they strongly doubted that whether the mobile business would still remain indisputably more spirited and novel with T
-Mobile or not because in the current situation, the company was standing alone.
On the other hand, while sharing his views about all these announcements, an analyst for Macquarie Securities, Kevin Smithen, asserted, "The gap between the haves - AT&T and Verizon - and the have-nots, which is essentially everybody else, is only getting wider".