AT&T to drop Aio name after merger with Leap Wireless closes
But those plans had to be changed when the nation's second largest carrier proposed the purchase of Cricket parent Leap Wireless in July for $1.2 billion. Leap shareholders will vote on the deal on October 24th. AT&T says that it hopes to close the transaction sometime this year. A look at the carrier's August 1st "public interest" filing with the FCC indicated that Aio still faced plenty of challenges ahead which is probably why the Cricket brand will be the one left standing after the deal closes.
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