AT&T Responds to Sprint Lawsuit
Top message: Sprint new motto: by MrGuder
Replying to: Re: Sprint new motto: by sb_178
Re: Sprint new motto:
On hypocrisy, One person saying this and another saying something different , is not hypocritical. It is a difference in views or opinions. Hypocrite deals with one entity saying one thing but meaning or doing another. So you saying one thing and me another, only positions us as disagreeing. Not hypocrites.
I'm taken back by your trust in contracts. I don't trust all contracts. Specifically the wireless industry. They mostly side with the carrier. They're designed to make it difficult or impossible to leave if the carrier makes modifications or changes to their policies. They can make certain legal changes during your contract that can alter your payments, and 98% of the time, you can do nothing about it.
I don't know how old you are and it's none of my business, but historically, ATT can't be trusted. They inherited most of the spectrum and network and have used their power, size and money to manipulate the industry. When they were broken up, they got to keep most of the amenities and are bent on reclaiming what they were forced to break off. Rich parents looking for a child seperated at birth if you will. This merge has been a game for them. They've been through it before. It needs to stop.
ATT's severance package will be a farce. Sloppy seconds that very few can utilize. The ones that can, will not be considered viable competition for the industry to sustain as relevant. Also, Tmobile still has a great amount of assessment value. The ones that can afford the parcels, will most likely have overlapping coverage in those areas. This makes those carriers ineligible.
Sprint was a better choice for the long term consumer interests because of them becoming a third power to control pricing. Not that I'm for Sprint purchasing Tmobile. Losing another carrier is certainly not in the best interest either. However, a third power is much better than two.
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