A merger watchdog group is calling on federal officials to strip AT&T Inc. and BellSouth Corp. of big chunks of wireless communications spectrum that the companies control as a condition of approving the telecom giants’ $90 billion merger.

Jonathan Rubin, senior research fellow with the American Antitrust Institute, says the frequencies should be ordered sold to competitors that have more incentive to quickly build broadband Wi-Max networks over them.

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