AT&T Buys T-Mobile!

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  1. Tinman

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    AT&T will soon be number one in USA! Yay! :)
     
  2. SweetPoison

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    So ~ Michael. I'm thinkin this is a good thing? At least you think it is?
     
  3. Tinman

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    Oh yea I think it's a good thing :)
     
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    I'm glad I still have the unlimited data plan. More 4g coverage is a great bonus plus will finally relieve congestion of the frequencies. I predict at@t will assimilate Verizon also down the road, if they're allowed to.
     
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    As a T-Mo customer, I'm not so sure its a good thing but I'll be patient and see how things settle out. Doing a quick check yesterday, I found that getting less services from AT&T over what I'm getting from T-Mo will cost me about $25/mo more plus my HTC phone, which I love, will not work on AT&T once the conversion is complete so I'll have to purchase a new phone. But, I'll wait and see what happens before making any changes.
     
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    T-M ships their bad phones through UPS. I have at least four T-M phones brought into my The UPS Store on a daily basis by customers needing a replacment. Times that by over 1200 The UPS Stores across the country. It might not be a bad thing to get rid of the T-M phones.

    My real concern is as competion gets smaller, will At&T, Verizon & Sprint feel they can raise their prices and lower their services?
     

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