Microsoft, Facebook, Oracle, RIM, Yahoo and others, just signed a letter expressing their support for the idea that the merge will let AT&T build out its high-speed data networks across the country more quickly.
In the letter to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission filed late Monday, several Silicon Valley giants said a voracious necessity for smart phones, tablets and the apps they provide need more wireless spectrum to smoothly connect people online on the go.
What about the other side of the coin. Sprint CEO Daniel Hesse said that the deal would put his company in a position “to be acquired,” by making it more difficult for the company to compete, and eventually lead to a duopoly in telecommunications.
What a letter .. but, issing from the list of letter writers are Apple and Google. Why?