FCC Slaps Protective Order on AT&T / T-Mobile Documents
I disagree. Sprint should continue to do what it is doing. Believe it or not... What AT&T is proposing is ridiculous. There is a very good chance that this merger will be nixed. The more Sprint shines a light upon this...the greater that chance.
Sprint needs to mind their own damn business. They have their own fish to fry like...
Improving WiMAX coverage or rather converting over or implementing LTE. Better yet deciding what technology they plan on sticking with.
Revamping their marketing department cause it sure as hell sucks.
Converting iDEN subscribers over to CDMA as quickly and as smoothly as possible.
Figuring out how in the hell to get out of debt
If you are INSIDE a building, you want your phone to work 100%. Whether that building is intact, crumbling around you due to fire or flood....or the building is totally destroyed and you are somewhere in the rubble.
ATT flat our sucks! Yes, I know GSM technology has a weakness when it comes to penetrating buildings.....but when your POS ATT phone sits on your desk and holds your papers down, its time to move on.
All monopoly issues aside....adding TMO will do little for ATT in terms of providing service that actually works and an end-user can RELY on.
They can take talk-and-surf and shove it....if you have no signal you can't do either!...
Sprint has posted better customer service scores than AT&T for the past 2 years and is the ONLY carrier that has seen improvement over the last 7 quarters, according to your previously cited JD Power.
Next, if AT&T is so great why do they feel the need to block all side loading in android phones? Why do the feel the need to only offer 2gb of data to smart phones? Why are they consistently behind EVERYONE in phone innovation and why the hell do they need to copy VERIZON in order to change rate plans?
Doing some research would also show you that Sprint has plans for everything you said AND that Sprint has the least amount of debt of all the carriers.
You realize thats why Sprints lawyers signed confidentiality agreements. They would see if there was any pertinent info, and only then would sprint actually see it. Which is a completely fair request.
Since I am a consumer of the industry and not employed anywhere within the industry, I welcome any powerful image or entity to help fight for and preserve the well being and interests of the consumers such as myself. For this reason, I applaud the basis , merit and tenacity in which Sprint moves to remedy a potential duopolistic tragedy.
per verizons website...via press release march 1 2011
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