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

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Top message:  Sick of Sprint's lies... by phonepimp248   Apr 19, 2011, 10:17 PM

Replying to:  Re: Sick of Sprint's lies...right by tether   Apr 20, 2011, 1:03 PM

Re: Sick of Sprint's lies...right

by 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 on and on, AT&T is absolute trash.


-DSL/Uverse caps are set so high that you deserve to be charged extra if you're using that much.

-About getting disconnected: That's bullshit.

-About losing the unlimited plan: Suspect? No, they know you're tethering. They will also wont change your plan, unless you continue to do so beyond them warning you. They'll alert you, suspend your data service if you ignore the alert, and you can choose to stop tethering or switch to the newer plan.

I dunno about you, but I've had nothing but goodtimes with AT&T. They've even credited a large overage bill last year when it was my own fault. But I'm not some assclown with an ax to grind against a company that has been more than fair with it's policy changes.

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