Walter C. Dornez, 05 Feb 2019I truly hope they ain't lyingEven if they aren't, with no sufficiently large 'little guy' to keep them honest after the artificial 3 year constraint, with certainty: prices will go up, layoffs will occur, profits will rise, investment will drop, etc..
Still they are very expensive.
Here in Slovakia we have a phone operator called 4 or fourth.
For just 8 euros the user get unlimited super fast internet for one month and 100 minutes within slovakia and 100 international minutes. Same goes for SMS. So is 100 international and 100 within a home country all for just 8 euros,
This is awesome deal.
Yeah we've seen this before. directv, countless health care companies, airlines, every time a large merger goes through prices go up to cover the cost of the merger, grow profits and due to decreased pressure there's little stopping them.
Nah, everyone knows they'll just jack up the prices after a couple of months post-merger. Less competition means less reason to give customers a good deal.
So they will lower their prices to Sprint level? I doubt that.
It wont go up, maybe for a few months after the merger finishes and until the news subsides. Then its fair game.
Cant blame them though. Any businesses will do the same, put out empty promises to legislators to get approvals, then do whatever they want afterwards. I mean really, theres no law preventing any t-mobile to raise prices, right?