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    Why Att let Tmobile steal their idea

    Cricket Fka All-In-one (AIO) was the brainchild of att. Tmobile announce All-in today as a brand new concept. Att should have used their own idea on their post paid

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    Quote Originally Posted by vartanarsen View Post
    Cricket Fka All-In-one (AIO) was the brainchild of att. Tmobile announce All-in today as a brand new concept. Att should have used their own idea on their post paid
    No it isn't. MetroPCS has been doing it way before Cricket. Cricket stole it, but that's why they're losing to MetroPCS every quarter. Poor service coupled with expensive plans.

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    Poor Service? Expensive Plans?
    Funny, I'm here because I can't beat the service/price ratio at the moment. But regardless, wasn't cricket originally a MVNO for CDMA networks, and then AT&T bought them later?
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    MetroPCS is $60 per month with a $5 discount per family line plan. Yes Cricket was a CDMA MVNO as was Metro. There was speculation Cricket and Metro would merge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pastor Marty View Post
    MetroPCS is $60 per month with a $5 discount per family line plan. Yes Cricket was a CDMA MVNO as was Metro. There was speculation Cricket and Metro would merge.
    I would assume if yoh have 4 lines is cheaper to with T-Mobile than Metropcs with the All Unlimited

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    MetroPCS $30 plan for 6GB

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    Current website pricing for MetroPCS is $60 for unlimited plan and $30 1 GB plan.

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    T-Mobile is desperate for customers on their ****** Network..That's how they can afford to do this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pastor Marty View Post
    Current website pricing for MetroPCS is $60 for unlimited plan and $30 1 GB plan.

    https://www.metropcs.com/2-for-60.ht...me|main|2for60
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    Imagine the plight of metro store owners. T-Mobile killing its own brand? Who will want metro pcs now? I'm confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cell_Phone33 View Post
    T-Mobile is desperate for customers on their ****** Network..That's how they can afford to do this

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    You dont think sprint is thirsty? The problem is T-Mobile is working hard towards that and is honestly changing the industry

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    Companies complement each other. Similar to Apple and Samsung. I'm glad there's competition between metro and cricket.
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    Plus, Metro doesn't cap you at 8Mbps, and their pings are much lower.

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    What is OP trying to say? So what AT&T killed the AIO brand for Cricket. What does TM or Metro have to do with it?
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    You can't beat Metro 2 line deal especially since music streaming does not count against your data and you can tether. If you are a highly mobile person and coverage is number 1 Cricket is the way to go unless tethering is important. I have one line on Cricket and one on Gophone. I used Metro for 1 month. T-Mobile coverage was better than I expected but not good enough as I travel daily for work.

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