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gonna stick my neck out...


May 20, 2008, 9:57 PM
...and be the bad guy here. “For other consumers — particularly rural ones — these exclusivity arrangements prevent them from purchasing many of today’s most popular handsets because they reside in areas not served by the one carrier offering the desired handset.” see link below

i'm going to go with the carriers on this one. how is not being able to have a certain phone even a fairness issue at all? i mean, are folks in africa gonna start against att because they can't have an iphone? having a phone at all is a privielege. to be consistent with this i could complain/sue the high school i went to because they had an exclusive deal to sell only pepsi products, and i wanted coke. or the only tire store in my tow...

May 21, 2008, 2:02 PM
I believe that you are spot on in your reasoning. Litigation is the new option to get your way. If they want the iPhone they should get the cash together and buy AT&T.

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