News of Note—Charter’s MVNO pricing, Verizon CEO on Sprint/T-Mobile, Trump’s executive order and more

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OneWeb’s satellite launch appears to have been delayed until the fourth quarter. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we’re chasing today:

> Consumer advocacy groups are stepping out in opposition to a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. Reuters article

> Cisco recorded 350 "significant security detections" in monitoring the public network for the recent Mobile World Congress show in Spain. Cisco blog post

> SoftBank's CEO said he is not involved in trying to get the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile approved. Reuters article

> OneWeb’s satellite launch appears to have been delayed until the fourth quarter. Advanced Television article

> According to a new report, Charter’s Spectrum Mobile MVNO will launch June 30 and feature pricing similar to Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile offering. DSLReports article

> Deutsche Telekom is launching 5G equipment from Huawei. Light Reading article

> President Trump’s administration is reportedly considering an executive order restricting Chinese companies from selling equipment into the United States. Reuters article

> Microsoft, VMware and Dell announced they will jointly sell an IoT offering. ZDnet article

> Verizon’s CEO said he doesn’t care about the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile. Seattle Times article

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