It appears that AT&T's $39 billion bid to purchase T-Mobile may have moved into the desperation phase of the transaction. Bloomberg reports that AT&T is now asking MetroPCS and Leap Wireless whether they'd like to buy any of the larger company's spectrum. On top of that, AT&T has reportedly approached CenturyLink, Dish Network, and even arch merger foe Sprint Nextel about possible wireless purchases. Grain-of-salt alert-this intelligence is all based on "two people with direct knowledge of the situation" who "declined to be identified because the talks are private," Bloomberg says. But if AT&T is indeed making these moves, chances are that they are to some degree responsive to the Department of Justice's August 31 lawsuit against the proposed union. Here's how that logic may be playing out. Read the comments on this post
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