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AT&T has released a series of maps today part of a campaign for support of its acquisition of T-Mobile USA — comparing what its future 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) network would look like on its own, and with the added T-Mobile infrastructure. Here’s what the maps look like in our backyard, Washington state.

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In other words, if the folks in Omak and Kettle Falls have any sway with federal regulators, this deal is golden.

Of course, approval is far from assured. As noted in our analysis this morning, analysts see the AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile as a key test for regulators, based on the way the deal would essentially consolidate power among three big wireless providers in the country. Which is why AT&T is pushing so hard to tout the benefits.

Previously: Holy Crap: AT&T Buying T-Mobile USA

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