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Top message: market concentration â‰ consumer choice by WiWavelength
Replying to: Re: market concentration â‰ consumer choice by Slammer
Re: market concentration â‰ consumer choice
I agree that the only GSM carrier argument is a mute point given the roll out of LTE, I was just throwing it out to stifle it before/in case it came up.
Now, I want to point out that my first choice would be for T-Mobile to continue operations, whether that be under DT or through some venture capital. However, I am a realist, and don't see either of those happening at this point.
Given that, we have 2 other choices, either T-Mobile will be purchased by AT&T or split up and sold off. I believe that a merger would benefit both AT&T's customers and also be a much better choice for T-Mobile's customers than being split up and sold off. I also think that many people forget that AT&T will be making concessions, so in the end they will not be controlling all of T-Mobile's current assets.
I don't think that we should be crossing our arms and saying "this is very bad" without looking at what few options are viable. Like I said, my first choice is for T-Mobile to remain T-Mobile, but given the slim chance of that option, what would you have them do, and what are the advantages to your option?
- Re: market concentration â‰ consumer choice by Slammer