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Top message:  LETTER TO AT&T by cleolicious   Jan 11, 2011, 10:23 PM

Replying to:  Re: LETTER TO AT&T by smerits   Jan 12, 2011, 10:06 AM

Re: LETTER TO AT&T

by cleolicious    Jan 12, 2011, 10:38 AM

"Rollover minutes?" Apparently you still think it's 1998. Most people have unlimited plans today, so rollover minutes are useless. Actually, the prices are about the same with one key difference: YOU CAN ACTUALLY MAKE A CALL ON VERIZON. I will gladly trade in the ability to talk while surfing the web to be able to hold that call without dropping it any day.

The fact that AT&T sells what's called a "micro tower" for you house so you can flood your home with 3G signal says it all. They actually sell a device for $200 that helps makes their service work the way it's supposed to in the first place... at the customer's expense. I actually bought one one.. and guess what!? It doesn't ****ing work either.

It never ceases to amaze me that no matter how terrible something is there will always be some uninformed sucker like you trying to defend it. Everybody knows AT&T sucks. It's been mocked continuously on TV shows and in moves. Everyone knows this but you. Why do you think they have rollover minutes, to be nice? It's a marketing scam to get you to stay with they're ****ty service. Networks that don't suck don't need to give away talk time.. which doesn't matter because you still pay the monthly fee anyway... genius.

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