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Top message:  Spectrum. . . by Jayshmay   Apr 24, 2013, 9:45 AM

Replying to:  Re: Sprint should definately not be 3rd. by Jayshmay   Apr 24, 2013, 11:04 AM

Re: Sprint should definately not be 3rd.

by T Bone    Apr 25, 2013, 9:45 AM

Well....I think most people do initially, at least as far as finding out what carrier their family and friends are using and where they can get the best coverage.....but after they sign up with a carrier, most people are just inclined, by habit and inertia, to stay with that same company forever until they have a reason to change.

I mean....I've been with at&t since forever, I initially signed up around 1996 or so and have been with them through a couple different acquisitions and name changes....I've never used any other carrier....and the reason why I signed up with at&t originally is because I had previously had at&t for my landline long distance service since basically forever.....

So I originally signed up with at&t because they were pretty much the only choice in landline service, then signed up wireless service because I was happy with the home phone service I got from them, and I've stayed with them for years because I've never really had a reason to change.....

I hear people complain all the time and they say 'at&t does this and that and the other thing' and I just say 'well....I've been with them for years and I've never had any problems'

Although it has been a while since I have heard all the 'dropped calls' complaints so apparently they have fixed that problem....

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