The beginning of the end...
yes, the beginning of the end.
NO !! This is not a HATER!
Its just plain common sense.
Sorry Jack, A lot of us tried to tell them, But they were looking to make themselves a NAME or put thousands of us out of work.
Hope your not turning in your grave!!!! . ,
$480m cash is more than enough to buy the iPhone 5 which is CDMA ready. Couldn't afford it before, loosing customers in low church markets because of it. Sell off what is costing money to further solidify themselves in the markets that are profitable. Crazy that a phone has this kind of power.
a. Will it also drop its claim of being a national carrier?
b. How many customers would be left for US Cellular?
While I don't like seeing USC losing 10% of its customer base I understand the move. We are cutting our losses, over half of our churn is from those areas and so these are the areas that cost us to much to support. So I understand the move, but that doesn't mean I have to like what is going on.
What worries me most is that this means USC has seen it can't grow in new markets (St. Louis and Chicago are both less than 10 years old as a market for USC), that means that the company is trenching in as a super regional carrier. Makes you think that customers are set with the current providers in the area they are in and there is...