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How many more people can Attws afford to lose to other carriers?


Oct 22, 2003, 12:06 AM
I have out, that like any other company out there, Attws will be losing quite a few people on and around Nov. 24th.
They don't seem to want to deal like most other carriers of the "market".
Watch their stock go down in the beginning of 2004. And when you get the chance, check out "Fortune's 500" annual report.
The only way Attws can prevent itself from losing more money, they will have to buy or join t-mobile and cingular, and become one large carrier. These three will have to join up to become one.
So what do you think?
Is anyone awake out there?
Or is everybody in a "social coma"?
Do you agree or disagree?

Oct 22, 2003, 2:42 PM
Twisted Evil "rumors" have been surpassing that attws is going to buy cingular although same rumors been going on that attws will buy out tmobile anyway as well who knows on Nov 24th i feel 2 things will happen i really think people are hyped about number portability but at the same time i think it wont really affect anyone..... either all carriers will lose and gain but the question is how much will they lose vs how much they will gain or nothing will happen at all... although i want to see what happens come nov 24

Oct 22, 2003, 6:28 PM
As an employee for ATTWS cust care, I think that "WE" and i dont like saying that, we're going to lose most of our customers because of the plain fact that a customer can get a new hot phone for almost free to sign up, but after 10 years of loyalty, we cant give them even a discount. Its absolutely sick.
I'm embarrassed to work for such a crappy company. I mean its not like i work directly for them. . . but I work for a call center under contract with them.

Line number portibility will cause alot of loss for at&t but to be honest it will also bring alot of customers over to attws.

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