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AT&T and Sprint Tussle About Roaming Rules

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Replying to:  Isn't it interesting how the usual Sprint cheerleaders.... by BigRed75   Jan 26, 2012, 12:49 PM

Re: Isn't it interesting how the usual Sprint cheerleaders....

by planethulk    Jan 26, 2012, 1:27 PM

Well since you drew the line... I feel like I just got challenged by an angry cheerleader. "It's already been broughten"

How many double negatives are in that sentence? And it's usually this **** starters with no actual grasp on reality(like yourself) that would be considered the "punk".

ATT is the only company in America complaining about this rule. Why? Because they don't want to let rural carriers roam on their small network. Are you cheerleading that?

Sprint is using US Cellular in Oklahoma to enhance its network coverage and somehow ATT is supposed to have a say in that? This is nothing more than retaliation for Sprint being rather successful in helping to block the ATT/Tmobile merger. Which I am actually very happy for because I am a Tmobile customer who would have jumped back to Sprint on day one of the takeover.

Now, if US Cellular would have made this complaint then you would have a leg to stand on. But this is nothing more than a tool to try to overturn the law that ATT doesn't like.

So you can put your ATT pompoms away, cheerleader. You just got served. Smile

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