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Day late and a dollar short?
I think T-Mobile should commit to building out their native data network big time and to eliminating EDGE for, as a minimum, 3G.
So you are recommending that they disenfranchise existing customers with...
Day late due to at&t
It is very, very obvious that the acquisition process that T-Mobile went through when at&t was trying to buy them would have stopped any network upgrade / rollout plans, or announcements. Probably by more than a year.
You want to blame somebody for this? Blame at&t.