In 2002, the wireless market had seven major carriers. But because of mergers and acquisitions, by 2010 there were only four. If the Justice Department doesn’t rule out AT&T’s $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile, it would drop to three. And the combined AT&T/T-Mobile would probably move ahead of Verizon in subscribers and retail connections.


SOURCE: Strategy Analytics Wireless Operator Strategies | GRAPHIC by Tobey - The Washington Post December 9, 2011
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