SoftBank May Appeal to U.S. Public for T-Mobile Support
PLEASE GOD NO
Did everyone forget what happened with NEXTEL???? This MUST NOT HAPPEN!
It's not about what happened with Nextel. It's about an incompetent company with a history failed projects. Nextel, QChat, WiMAX, ridiculously slow LTE deployment due to backhaul issues. A company so incompetent it blames it's failures on AT&T and Verizon so it wants to go to easy route by acquiring another company and therefore removing competition. It's anti-consumer and not in the best interest of the consumer.
Acquiring T-Mobile and merging it's incompatible network will be disastrous on so many levels. CDMA vs GSM, different frequencies, different types of LTE, Sprint uses some weird version of LTE called TD-LTE t...
If you're planning on remaining in the past, this would be an issue. They're all moving to LTE and rendering this irrelevant.
"Sprint uses some weird version of LTE called TD-LTE "
Which is better than FD-LTE in many ways. Does it matter to you in some way how this new company's LTE would work?
I think every one is jumping to conclusion! Softbank might get rid of the sprint brand and keep Tmobile.
all 4 give the option to pay full price we all kno that
what im saying is a lot of people dont wanna pay full price for their phone(make installment payments with Next, Edge, Jump) theres still a lot of people that want to be on a 2 yr contract because they dont want a new phone every 6/12/18 months. theyd rather just keep the one they have as long as possible and Sprint and T-Mobile you obviously dont have that option
theres a lot of people that have older plans on att and verizon where theyre not paying anything extra to be on a 2 yr contract and would actually pay more for if they didnt
and actually now that i think about even if you do those installment plans a lot of times you end up paying more if you add it up
It shows how that after your 2 year agreement is up then you are still paying for the subsidy for the phone without having a new phone.
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