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AT&T announced plans on Monday to buy wireless competitor T-Mobile for $39 billion. If approved, the sale would create the U.S.'s largest wireless carrier. Ray Suarez talks with Jeffrey Silva of Medley Global Advisors and Gigi Sohn of Public Knowledge about the merger's potential impact on consumers and the industry.

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