Brown Telephone founded in 1899 is a part of the history of Sprint Corporation.
AZUZ: That could include T-Mobile too, if the proposed $26 billion merger between Sprint and T-Mobile goes through. The companies say this would make it easier for them to build a fifth generation network across America that's better known as 5G. It would mean faster Internet speeds for mobile devices like smart phones.
The merger would also help the new Sprint/T-Mobile company better compete with Verizon and AT&T who currently dominate the U.S. market. T-Mobile CEO says the merger would create jobs and lower prices for consumers.
Some Wall Street analysts say it would have the opposite effects. Either way, it would reduce the number of wireless carriers in America. The new company, Verizon, and AT&T would be the only three.
Major business mergers need U.S. government approval to go through, though. And that's not a given. The Trump administration is currently suing to block AT&T from buying Time Warner. That's the parent company of cnn.