I just migrated over from ATT to T-Mobile contract free on their month to month plan to pay less. Hmmm maybe just maybe we'll change to a contract service with T-Mobile before the actual merger happens to get a low rate. Sad day to see this happen, I guess congress just wants monopolies all over the place. I doubt the FCC will do anything about the merger, just slap them on their wrists letting them know to play nice with consumers.
WTF!!!!! I would of never guessed!!!!!!! Sprint maybe, but this?
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We probably go to Sprint or prepaid if the buy-out goes through. I probably upgrade our lines before the buy-out goes through and hang on the "good" plan for 2 more years.
As a public service, I'll translate the press release:
T-Mobile users = WOW are you going to get SCREWED!
AT&T users = We're already screwing you but we'll increase the amount
of screwing you're getting.
T-Mobile Customer Service People, you'll either be terminated or re-
trained to answer, "Tell somone who gives a rat's rear end!" to any
question. AT&T Customer Service People already know how to do this.
It's me again...
I'd be interested in what will happen to the postpaid EM+ plans. I like the bring your own phone! Since you can bring or buy your own phone outright, you aren't tied to any financing, and no dictating what's on the phone! Since I'm not a heavy data user, I don't give a damn whether it's Edge or 4G. My wifi at home works.
I am happy Sprint did not buy T-Mobile. However, I am sad that T-Mobile is going away now.
If I had to select that carrier to buy T-Mobile then I would have picked at&t. R.I.P. T-Mobile.
Yeah, this does really suck for Tmo users. AT&T will get the bandwidth they need but what will we get out of it? Or is that it, everyone will get out? I want to keep my $5.99 unlimited data more than anything but I also need a faster phone for it. I guess I have a year to figure that out.