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Sprint CEO: Industry Has to Deal with the Duopoly

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ajac09

Aug 7, 2012, 1:08 PM
sniff sniff my company cant make any money and it cant compete because our network on average sucks compared to the top 2. Sniff sniff I want the government to do something about this. ITS NOT FAIR TO COMPETE WITH THOSE THAT DO BETTER BUSINESS THEN YOU.
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Tofuchong

Aug 7, 2012, 1:12 PM
You should send him a bottle of Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo 'no more tears'. Laughing

It might help, lol.
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sp_5015

Aug 7, 2012, 1:58 PM
If sprint went away, you'd be the one that needed johnson and johnson 'no more tears' from the raping that would happen to your wallet. Shared plans would be just the tip of the iceberg
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gloopey1

Aug 7, 2012, 4:05 PM
ajac09 said:
sniff sniff my company cant make any money and it cant compete because our network on average sucks compared to the top 2...

What? At&t's network has ranked dead last in Consumer Reports the last several years while Sprint recently tied for first place with Verizon.
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ajac09

Aug 7, 2012, 4:06 PM
sprint is tied with tmobile Verizon and AT&T just read it on jd powers. and plus if AT&T and Verizon were so bad home come they arent in sprints place? Because polls are bullshit. Thats why.
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Joshiwa

Aug 7, 2012, 5:23 PM
None of the "Big 4" were first in Consumer reports. A regional carrier won (Consumer Cellular), and first place for a national carrier was US Cellular. Verizon was 10-11 pts behind, Sprint a pt behind them, and T-mobile 2 behind Sprint.

Hesse is saying more carriers need to matter. If we always ignore carriers that are smaller then we are doing what Hesse is complaining about and saying only the top 2 companies matter.
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Jarahawk

Aug 7, 2012, 5:27 PM
The top two carriers have a combine two hundred million subscribers. Seriously. Doesn't that tell you anything. No, we don't like it, but these two have so much clout that it is ridiculous.
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gloopey1

Aug 7, 2012, 10:01 PM
Joshiwa said:
None of the "Big 4" were first in Consumer reports. A regional carrier won (Consumer Cellular), and first place for a national carrier was US Cellular. Verizon was 10-11 pts behind, Sprint a pt behind them, and T-mobile 2 behind Sprint...

US Cellular is not a national carrier. They do not offer service in enough of the top 300 markets to qualify.

Sprint's tie with Verizon is affirmed in CRs article.
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Joshiwa

Aug 8, 2012, 11:45 AM
If you want to use Consumer Reports then follow what they actually say. They list US Cellular as the highest rated National Carrier, not a regional carrier. If you want to make your own judgement on who is a national carrier and who is not then don't use someone elses reports that disagree with you.

US Cellular, #1 rated national carrier by consumer reports. Have the magazine sitting infront of me now.
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gloopey1

Aug 7, 2012, 9:53 PM
ajac09 said:
sprint is tied with tmobile Verizon and AT&T just read it on jd powers. and plus if AT&T and Verizon were so bad home come they arent in sprints place? Because polls are bull****. Thats why.

Dude, seriously...that's your response? Polls are BS? Copping a top spot in Consumer Reports is the most coveted free advertising companies can get. Every one out there follows their standings in CR polls closer than the media followed OJ.

Do yourself a BIG favor in life and try to occasionally acknowledge a little defeat.
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