T-Mobile USA Inc. has court approval defeat for its acquisition of $26500000000 Sprint Corp., controlled by wireless dress State Industrial Change Deal tried to block. The decision of a district judge in Manhattan is a big win for T-Mobile and its owner Deutsche Telekom AG Group and Softbank Corp., Sprint parents. The new company, which will operate under the name of T-Mobile, is a regular monthly basis to customers of about 80 million – the same league as AT & T Inc., 75 million subscribers, and Verizon Communications Inc., the 114 million . After the merger, T-Mobile will have more frequencies – the frequencies are transmitted by wireless signals such – than any other carrier. This increased capacity is the combined company an advantage as the industry enters the next generation of wireless technology that give much faster than 5G series. The ruling comes nearly two years after the deal was announced for the first time. The states case was the last major hurdle to the deal after securing the blessing of regulators at the Federal Communications Commission and Justice Department antitrust. It still needs approvals from the California Utility Board and a federal judge in Washington, who must sign the Settlement Department of Justice. German Telekom shares rose as much as 3.6% to 15.40 euro in Frankfurt. Sprint shares rose by 66% to $7.95 in pre-market trading in New York at $4.80 Monday in New York to close. T-Mobile extends gains of up to 8.4% at $91.88. The ruling is a victory for Dish Network Corp. co-founder and chairman Charlie Ergen, will buy the assets of the two carriers set up a new wireless network. With its corporate satellite TV core business decreased, Ergen has a treasure of Airwaves amassed a state-of-the-art network construction. federal grants to get approval, T-Mobile and Sprint have agreed a number of assets held for sale at the plate, to create a new fourth competitor. The new wireless Dish Network will start life with some 9 million subscribers. T-Mobile and Sprint have not renewed the Merger Agreement because it depends from November 1 decade And while there have been discussions “not hostile” on various issues, including price, T-Mobile has suggested it could be the new terms. T-Mobile CEO John Legere said last week that he was still optimistic that the deal would go through if the conditions could change. If the agreement should be changed “including possible price, we believe it would have treated quickly approved after the agreement,” he said. As far as the lever goes negotiations, Sprint in a difficult situation, said Walt Piecyk, an analyst at the Lightshed partners. “Sprint has no choice, but whatever DT and T-Mobile offers to take them,” he said. “There’s really nothing else can.” T-Mobile and Sprint had been in recent years in terms of price competition, the most aggressive US wireless companies, forcing AT & T and Verizon moves to follow as to solve the service contracts and unlimited adopt data plans. The proposed combination has come under fire from lawmakers and consumer advocates, who said it would lead to higher prices and fewer benefits, especially for the poor and rural consumers. The company had pursued a combination for several years, but a proposed transaction was rejected twice as anticompetitive under the previous government. Once the FCC approves the agreement, the whole democratic group ranged from attorneys general suit. The Justice Department has also given its consent, leading to a rare rift between states and the federal government under antitrust law. “This is exactly the kind of harm to consumers, the places of mega-merger job-killing of our antitrust laws are designed to prevent,” said New York Attorney General Letitia James right now. The application concerns Legere struggle has tried to address these concerns by promising not to raise prices for three years. He is credited with the help of T-Mobile in an industry to make new solitaire, and the acquisition of acute Sprint as a way to compete against industry leaders Verizon and AT & T Legere announced in November that Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert he can work his administration, but to stay on the plans of the combined company board. One of their central camp was that the deal would accelerate the introduction of 5G. The companies undertake, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai in May that they have a network of 5G for 97% of the US population would be provided within three years and 99% within six. (Updates share price in fifth paragraph) – With the help of Stefan Nicola, Chris Dolmetsch and Courtney Dentch copyright Image by Justin Sullivan Getty Images.