Can this list get any longer? The number of eligible suitors—including AT&T, Sprint, and foreign telecoms—have all expressed interest in acquiring T-Mobile, the company that prides itself on being the rebellious teenager of the phone carrier world. Now only weeks after a rumor of a Dish Network merger, Comcast has come knocking.

According to a report by Reuters, Deutsche Telekom, the company who owns T-Mobile, is in talks with Comcast about a potential sale. It also seems that the Comcast is the preferable date to the Acquisition Ball because, well, they have lots of money.

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Of course, it makes sense that Comcast would want to snatch up T-Mobile. The little carrier that could has a lot to offer, but handing over arguably the best carrier in terms of customer service to a company with an absolutely horrendous track-record for being horrendous sounds like a terrible, no good, very bad idea for us. I guess we’ll just see what happens.

[Reuters]

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