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Sprint: AT&T and T-Mobile Merger Would Create Duopoly

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Sick of Sprint's lies...

phonepimp248

Apr 19, 2011, 10:17 PM
I am sick and tired (and very saddened) by the current Sprint management. I have worked in the industry a long time (even with Sprint directly) and it is very sad how Sprint has been mismanaged. They have engaged in a policy of lies and mistruths with their own customer base and to the public in general. Yes, the AT&T/T-Mobile merger is a big threat to Sprint but the current state of Sprint can only be blamed on SPRINT and NOBODY else! I am in the Detroit market and I have seen Sprint lie to their own customers about the 4G launch...engage in unethical practices to lock their customers into new contracts and then threaten them with legal action if they break the contract and attempt to win contracts based on lies. Honestly, AT&T, Verizon and...
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nextel18

Apr 19, 2011, 10:18 PM
Sprint is in trouble even if this merger wasnt going to go through.

they dont knwo how to execute on any plans. i thought the merger between nextel and sprint would be fantastic, and that if they would execute their plans it work work; boy was i and they were very wrong.. now they have the issue with cLWR and now this.

looks like thats it.
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rarodrig26

Apr 20, 2011, 12:51 PM
Where can one get drugs as good as yours? I wont even bother asking for any specific examples cuz youd make them anyway. As ive stated before, even rational Sprint haters acknowledge that Dan Hesse is pretty much solely responsible for the great turn around they've made. Your whole rant seems to have zero basis in actual reality...but drugs will do that so you are forgiven.
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karitelo3

Apr 20, 2011, 1:02 PM
Super Like! haha Very Happy
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tether

Apr 20, 2011, 1:03 PM
Agreed 100% with drug post! T-Mobile & Sprint are both, for the most part, ethical and very fair to their customers. Verizon is so-so from what I've read. AT&T is absolutely atrocious with how they treat their customers. Have you heard about them initializing DSL caps (& Comcast have followed suit), as well as changing their DSL Terms & Conditions to state that they can change your plan at any time without your consent if they feel your usage warrants it? How about the new one that if you talk disrespectfully to an AT&T Rep they can cancel your account. On the wireless side, how about them forcing you out of your unlimited plan unto a new, pricier 4GB data plan if they suspect you of tethering? It goes on and on, AT&T is absolute tras...
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Joshmo

Apr 21, 2011, 10:54 AM
tether said:
Agreed 100% with drug post! T-Mobile & Sprint are both, for the most part, ethical and very fair to their customers. Verizon is so-so from what I've read. AT&T is absolutely atrocious with how they treat their customers. Have you heard about them initializing DSL caps (& Comcast have followed suit), as well as changing their DSL Terms & Conditions to state that they can change your plan at any time without your consent if they feel your usage warrants it? How about the new one that if you talk disrespectfully to an AT&T Rep they can cancel your account. On the wireless side, how about them forcing you out of your unlimited plan unto a new, pricier 4GB data plan if they suspect you of tethering? It goes
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tether

Apr 21, 2011, 2:38 PM
Deserve to get charged more? OK? They are doing this so you cannot cut out paid TV service and use their internet connection to view online content only (Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, etc.). That is just what monopolies do. Can you explain exactly how they know (do you work for them or something?). Well your AT&T dividend check is in the mail for your loyalty. They send it out to all non-assclowns like you.
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