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(Reuters) - U.S wireless carrier T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday it will not raise the prices for its plans even as rivals Verizon and AT&T embraced the move to cushion the impact of higher costs.
"We're standing by our commitment to customers and those who switched to T-Mobile that we won't raise the price of their rate plans," top boss Mike Sievert said in a post-earnings conference call.
Promise of low prices was one of the main arguments for T-Mobile and Sprint when they sought regulators' approval for their merger in 2020.
(Reporting by Eva Mathews in Bengaluru; Editing by Arun Koyyur)