Verizon Not Interested in Sprint Buyout
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Not Buying the No Buyout.
Since Cricket and MetroPCS are entities in many cities, ATT is trying to leverage these much smaller carriers such like Cricket and MetroPCS as options for consumers. To add Sprint into the mix, is yet another carrier choice with even more coverage. With a metropolitan area with 3-4 choices, The FCC can view this as enough competition for consumers to choose from. Sounds legitimate until it is all said and done. Once the opposition has been given the option to acquire an entity li...
I'm not interested in it either...
Less options = Less competition = Less innovation = Bad for consumers.
Verizon said they weren't interested in the iPhone also !!