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If Sprint acquires T-Mobile it could save up to $6.6 billion on network, equipment and operating costs, but it will have to slash its prices to match the target company’s steep discounts. Analysts says Sprint chairman Masayoshi Son, has been hesitant to join other carriers in cutting fees because a decline in revenue would hurt its stock price.



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