Most of you T-Mobile fans have no idea how this business works, and apparently the FCC & DOJ are about as clueless as you all. Notice BOTH T-mobile and Sprint say this is the only way to compete. These are 2 companies that have recently been on shaky ground. Sprint not so much since being purchased by Softbank and T-mobile got a reprive from AT&T's 3billion. But T-mobile WILL be sold (DT has made that abundantly clear) and I for one would want it to go with a company who would keep the unlimited data options and reasonable price points. I've been in upper management with T-Mobile when they did Flex plans with no credit checks and stuff to get more subscribers but in the long run it never attracted, or kept, the quality customers that you need as a customer base. Lets see the churn numbers in a few months, lets see what the future holds. I remember when Dan Hesse was the internet darling with his innovations when he first took over Sprint. I wonder how long this love affair with John will last. I say not long if finances make him roll back some of these things he has done recently.