I guess I'm in favor. T-Mobile and Sprint are both inefficiently structured now, and this will bring about a third viable competitor on the national scene. V and ATT need a strong competitor. I just hope it's not like the airlines all over again. Service stinks, planes are noisy, and you have to pay $25 to reserve a seat by phone. By the way, how did Legere get away with testifying before the Feds dressed like that? Even Zuckerberg was in suit and tie, LOL.
If this merger goes through? Then....welcome to Canada! Where the cellphone market is basically an ogopoly, with constantly high prices and little incentive to compete on price or service. Enjoy!
If the merger can't improve coverage, service and prices (of which they claim they will) then it's a no.
The most key objective would be to stop spreading your legs and bending your back...
...and show an iron fist by cutting off full access to your network from courts, spy agencies and governments or it's another no but if they can indeed accomplish all of that then by all means go for it however that would be too great of a feat to achieve in this unfortunate day of age since surely the ones who'd strive to fulfill these goals would mysteriously disappear in unknown circumstances...
Sprint doesn't have to compete nationwide, let them be regional and pass the savings onto the customer like they are basically already doing. And there are low-cost Sprint MVNOs that will either have to raise their prices because T-mobile charges more for wholesale, or they will just disappear. I for one don't want to lose choices that the merger would inevitably remove.
Immobilizer, 29 Mar 2019No it's bad for competition,it's a case of "if you can't compete with them simply buy them"Yes, but this can improve the services provided by T Mobile
Immobilizer, 29 Mar 2019No it's bad for competition,it's a case of "if you can't compete with them simply buy them"why do we focus on the competition if this can provide better service. Do mind the consumers.
Walter C. Dornez, 29 Mar 2019Damn. I'm actually supporting this mergerNo it's bad for competition,it's a case of "if you can't compete with them simply buy them"
Why on earth it would hurt competition, OMG America, you are just fuckn aftarid that German company Telekom will gain ground on US soil and challenge full american at&t and verizon. If those 2 giants aren`t able to launch a 5G network than nobody should be allowed, goooood thinking!