T-Mobile in Talks to Make Big Broadband Bet With Move Into Fiber – Bloomberg

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This would be the biggest bet yet T-Mobile has made in fiber-optic infrastructure.
Photographer: Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg
T-Mobile US Inc. is in discussions with a unit of Tillman Global Holdings LLC to build out a fiber-optic network, setting the stage for the No. 2 US wireless carrier to enter the landline broadband business.
This would be the biggest bet yet T-Mobile has made in fiber-optic infrastructure, and put the wireless giant closer to competing directly with cable providers like Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications Inc.

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