It’s been almost two years since T-Mobile and Sprint agreed to a $26 million merger in which T-Mobile, the larger of the two telecom giants, would buy Sprint, uniting the third- and fourth-largest mobile carriers in the United States.  

U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero of the Southern District of New York’s decision Feb. 11 to reject state antitrust objections to the deal did away with the last major hurdle, paving the way for the two companies and their lawyers to agree on updated terms Feb. 20. It now just awaits approval from the California Public Utilities Commission in order to close as early as April.  

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