Cingular Buyout of AT&T Wireless Wins Approval

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The Justice Department and the FCC clear the way for Cingular Wireless to acquire AT&T Wireless. The deal, worth an estimated $41 billion, makes Cingular the nation's largest wireless phone company. Hear NPR's Wendy Kaufman.

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