http://www.isu.edu (Idaho State University)
But your ignoring the jist of my post.
It doesn't matter if USCC loses 500,000 customers. It matters if those 500,000 customers cost more money than they bring in.
If USCC loses 500,000 customers but those customers cost more than the revenue they bring in then their actually better off as strange as that may seem.
If they are trying to force people off of a basic 39.99 plan and it is local only you might want to get a uscc uprepaid plan that is 30.00 for 1500 minutes and ul texts for one of 3 basic phones. Better coverage and will roam at no extra cost.
trying to come up with better signature.......
Getting the GS3 is a good sign.
I've been with USCC since 1999, and while the coverage is excellent, at this point the only thing holding me here is my plan (and supporting U.S. jobs!)
If they take my plan away, I'm probably leaving for Boost for a while (or yeah, possibly Cricket). If Sprint's coverage doesn't end up good enough for me, I'll probably switch to Verizon, since even if USCC gets the iPhone, it would still be considerably more expensive for me than with Verizon.
Really surprised that they'd consider doing this...
The plan I'm seeing is $35/month for 400 minutes...contrast that with the $40/month for 1000 minutes + perks we're getting now, and...that won't cut it. Not to mention all the other carriers with better plans.
Are you being sarcastic? CDMA is actually a newer technology than GSM...
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My only CDMA experience until USCC was Sprint and it was a nightmare id go as far to say they suck. I had AT$T prior to Sprint and loved them, the technology and call quality was fantastic. I do love uscc the call quality is fantastic as well. I guess it depends on how the CDMA network is built.