While many argue that the merger of cell phone giants AT&T and T-Mobile will give consumers even fewer choices and less bargaining power, some experts believe the move may give regulators the chance to finally create stricter policies in the telecom industry. “Competition in the wireless world has been largely a charade,” explained Professor Jonathan Askin to the Huffington Post. “Companies are still charging close to whatever they want without any real government oversight, or without any real innovation.”
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