well there is always Verizon...i am glad my contract is about to expire so i won't be stuck with garbage At&t...
If this merger goes through it will be a dark day for T-mobile customers and employees. Most T-mobile locatios will close down.
unlimited everything may stay but phone rates and prices.... only God will save us.
Absolutely NO, it will kill the good service of T-mobile, destroy the competition, and cripple all of nice trend T-mobile had to bring interesting and innovative phones to the US market. Say NO to the Dead Star!!!
AT&T is one of the least customer friendly companies with number judgements provided against them gauging the customers. Additionally, knowing the history of AT&T with there monopoly and its impact to customers not too far in the past (30 years or so. Knowing all this i do not understand why government is still allowing AT&T to rip off people again.
Must be lot of campaign dollars in for politicians.
But will unlimited data come back? Handsets can do more and more tasks, but the ability to use these functions are hobbled. Why?
LOL ridiculous all these "we dream of this and we dream of that...". It's all marketing cover up for their takeover. there's no logical or factual evidence of how that would benefit the consumer.
The truth is this was inevitable. I was teliing people years ago that this will most likely happen where one of these two buys out the other, and sure enough I was exactly right. The only one major benefit I see of this is that there are phones coming out now that support both ATT and Tmobile's 3G bands, the first phone I have seen that supported both bands was the G2x which came out shortly after the deal was made.
It would be one of the saddest things in American if this deal were to go through - numerous lost jobs, lack of competition, increased mobile prices. I wish people would move en-mass against this unholy marriage between Tmobile and AT&T. Common people, wake up and rise against this raw deal, raw deal for all consumers, before this monopoly and absolute power corrupts AT&T absolutely.
And in America people are more taken with the head - this merger will only bring great prices to all telephone services. Competition is who?
I don't care what they said, words coming from big corporations like AT&T will always be a load of craps. If you're actually follows the news, a lot of union groups were actually "praised" the merger. But here's the fact behind close doors: these guys knew nothing about the repercussions of what the merger gonna do to T-Mobile employees and the market. I'm sure AT&T already shove down these union leaders' throats with a big fat check, just for some "artificial" publicity appraisal.
FCC probably in this as well, biding their time until the whole thing to calm down then drops the bombshell: "AT&T and T-Mobile merger APPROVED".