Here's what Dan Hesse had to say about the pending AT&T-Mobile merger and the looming state of mobile communications when he sat down with CNBC's Jim Cramer: "Well, I think what it, in essence, a lot - what a lot of people have said is, if you basically - if you approve this deal, AT&T-T-Mobile, in essence you're approving the possibility of Sprint and Verizon. It'd be pretty hard not to do that one. And then that number of 79 per cent [of mobile market share]becomes 94 per cent in the hands of two." [CNBC]
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