Just more evidence
That AT&T's main objective is to eliminate a competitor.
Does this really surprise you?
I don't believe that's the case at all. In all honesty, T-mobile isn't even a competitor for at&t. When a company has lower prices, most of the same phones, only 30% of the customers and losing ground daily, that isn't much competition. The main reas...
Has everyone forgot that Tmobile has been trying to get rid of itself? I understand the concerns but, lets put blame where it needs to be. Any business in the same position as ATT would do exactly the same thing, if the other company has similar produ...
What is the big deal
I had att at one point, then moved to T-Mobile and to be honest my iPhone 4 worked better with att, but why such all the crying over this merger? Has anyone even saw that T-mobile is not going to put anymore money into the network, so why not let them sell out to att its not like sprint or verizon wants them, their all still on CDMA and proud of it, ijs.
The big deal is...
You switched to T-Mobile with your iPhone from AT&T for a reason right? Now suppose you never had that option and were stuck on AT&T, and suppose AT&T knew that.
Also Sprint DID want them. Just because Sprint uses CDMA doesn't...
Yes ur right about if I didnt have the option but honestly ive alwaus had att I only left because they cut my unlim data saying I was tethering which I was not my wife had tether on her line 19.99 I think, so when they cut it I left just may go back ...
Just 1 Question!
What's the difference in this merger then the VZW/ALLTEL merger? I'm sure majority of the people here were against it. Why would yhou want to stop someone who wants out the game but still wants to get paid also. When it comes down to it someone else other then Sprint will be next in line to take T-Mobile's place.
Because they're not AT&T or Apple and in the minds of these fanboi's, its very different. Same goes, no outcry over the feeble attempts for Sprint to take over TMO. And they ignore even their own logic, which means we would have been left with only ...
Because Verizon was much smaller than AT&T at the time. AT&T now is the size of Verizon after the Alltel buy-out, and Verizon still had to divest a lot of Alltel.
Although I don't think the Verizon/Alltel deal should have happened, either.
Alltel was never a top-tier national carrier. They were a smaller regional carrier, basically. Verizon still had to divest a lot to gain approval. That was about the number of choices in less populated areas, though.
This is one of the four nationa...