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Top message:  Identity crisis! by yourvoiceofreason   Oct 14, 2013, 11:13 AM

Replying to:  Re: Identity crisis! by mloudt   Oct 14, 2013, 1:15 PM

Re: Identity crisis!

by knoxvegas75    Oct 14, 2013, 4:06 PM

500,000,000 and 300,000,000 big diffrence

You are intitled to your own oppinion but I dissagre

US Cellular Investments made in last 12-18 months (est.)
100,000,000 New TOPS Billing System
50,000,000 New GEN 5.0 Store rebuild (100 agents + hundreds of corporate)
?? Millions - Iphone

US Cellular has always operated in the debt free zone. Therefore to make room for all of these expenditures they had to generate revenue (not coming from growth thanks to belief plan stratiegies) selling markets (basicly spectrum) to sprint and spectrum to tmobile.

This can conclude like you did that they are fire selling to sell off rest as a whole. I don't believe they would have launched a $100million new pos (term is literal here) and re designed stores for half that just to sell off.

Times were tough loosing sales. they are betting on apple and keeping customers loyal through rewards and good service. We shall see how this works out

Shared data is a direct mirror of VZW unfortunatlly I wish it had offered some finacial discount from the big boys (ATT did)

Maybe they can step up on a finacing offer soon that will give a value to gain traction in the markets they care about (NC, ETN, WI, OK, IOWA, N CA, MAIN ect,)
Not major MSAS

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