AT&T bought Tmobile. I'll be looking for a good cell plan.
I recall a few years ago there being a long Sprint employee discount plan that worked with a simple email. Is that still around?
Most likely will be looking for a new cell provider. Every friend i have who uses at&t has dropped calls - i'm using tmobile and currently have a pretty good deal, phone calls rarely drop and normally a good single. They also give me a AAA discount every month.
If anyone knows if a good data/phone plan help me out! Thanks.
IMO there would not be a logical reason to switch providers. AT&T bought T-Mobile but that wouldn't make your service worse. T-Mobile would still be operating, just under AT&T's branding. I do agree that AT&T is horrible and every call I make is a dropped call and I live in the middle of Philadelphia. OH wait...I get perfect service in the subway though
This reminds me of when Hong Kong reverted back to Chinese stewardship back in 1997. All the Chinese thought the Government would totally screw things up so they left. Turns out it was all for nothing, the Government has left Hong Kong alone for the most part. I think this is the same case. I don't think AT&T is going to mess with a good thing and I think all these people are getting scared for nothing.
A lot of the cell towers T-Mobile uses are actually rented from AT&T because T-Mobile doesn't have the money or the clout to build their own network. This merger actually made a lot more sense than Sprint because the two companies already work very closely with one another and actually use a lot of the same equipment.
I know in the San Francisco Bay Area, particularly Foster City, the cell towers T-Mobile were using were actually AT&T's older towers. T-Mobile was simply renting them so they could provide coverage. AT&T on the other hand setup new towers which allowed 3G speeds and whatnot.
Besides, it doesn't hurt to take a 'wait and see' approach. It's not like someone is going to die if you don't switch over immediately. I don't really understand people's mentality. If you can switch today, you can switch a year from now assuming worst case scenario and AT&T totally shakes up T-Mobile.
Last edited by Padmakumara; 03-21-2011 at 08:30 PM..
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