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T-Mobile Wants FCC to Weigh In On Data Roaming

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Jun 23, 2014, 8:45 AM

They want their cake and eat it too!

T-Mobile will bash their competitors every chance they get then go and cry to the FCC when they don't get their way???

Hey T-Mobile, It's called "Business" and right now you have "no business" telling your competitors what they can or can not charge to use THEIR network!!!
We will see how much involvement they want from the FCC after the FCC squashes the Tmobile Sprint merger.

I would like to point out though that this "Business" Is federally regulated. It is so regulated they have to get the government's approval fo...

Jun 20, 2014, 2:10 PM

test drive

I wonder what test driving the T-Mobile network will be like when these agreements with ATT expire. That should be quite telling in regards to all the hype T-Mobile is trying to create.
Good point!

Their network is only as good as their roaming agreements! I just wonder if AT&T is going to decline their business when their agreement expires with them?
This could and probably will backfire on T-Mobile. If the government steps in ...

Jun 20, 2014, 1:31 PM

Allow a more generous roaming option and charge $

"T-Mobile was given a generous roaming agreement from AT&T in the wake of the larger carrier's failed attempt to purchase T-Mobile, but the exact scale of that agreement is unknown."

They barely allow roaming with a sweetheart deal.
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