Four national security agencies called for more time from the Federal Communications Commission to evaluate potential security concerns in Sprint Corp.’s merger with T-Mobile US Inc.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. departments of Justice, Defense and Homeland Security requested the FCC defer action on the merger until they complete their review of the deal, according to an FCC filing.

The agencies will consider any national security, law enforcement or public safety concerns related…

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National security agencies want FCC to wait on Sprint/T-Mobile merger