Dish Network and T-Mobile are close to a merger agreement that would mark another instance of recent consolidation deals amongst U.S. communications companies as traditional media grapples with changing business dynamics in the Internet era, reported the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.
According to the Journal, semantics over the end price and cash versus stocks considerations have not been agreed upon.
The deal comes on the heels of a pair of major agreements—the $49 billion deal between AT&T and DirectTV, and a $67 billion agreement between Charter Communications, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.
Read more details about the merger at the Wall Street Journal.
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