The T-Mobile-Sprint merger is facing a multi-state lawsuit

The $26.5 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint proposed back in April of last year is facing yet another obstacle as ten state attorneys general are suing to prevent it, according to a report by The Verge. The FCC Chairman has already voiced his support for the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. What you need to know

Ten state attorneys general are suing to block the proposed $26.5 billion merger between two of the largest carriers in the U.S. Ten State Attorneys General are moving to block the proposed merger. State AG James (NY) warns that the merger would cut access to affordable service. This lawsuit is led by Attorney General Letitia James from New York, who says that the merger would cause “irreparable harm to mobile subscribers nationwide by cutting access to affordable, reliable wireless service for millions of Americans.”

This is far from the first time lawmakers have voiced their concerns surrounding the proposed merger, with many calling it potentially anti-competitive and …