Vodafone-Three merger faces watchdog probe

Unions believe bills will rise, but companies dispute it

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Vodafone-Three merger faces watchdog probe

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is preparing to investigate the proposed merger between Vodafone and Three, which would create the UK's biggest network telco of 27 million customers.

The watchdog will scrutinise if the deal could harm consumers by either leading to reduced choice or higher prices.  The firms confirmed that the deal, announced last year, would result in an ad...

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