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  • AT&T to buy T-Mobile.

    AT&T just announced a deal to buy T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom in a cash and stock deal worth $39 billion.

    The deal would make AT&T the nation's largest wireless carrier by a wide margin, so it will probably face significant government scrutiny, and AT&T could have to make some big concessions.
    Link to Article

    Evolve to the white courtesy phone.

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    • #3
      Done deal??

      http://techcrunch.com/2011/03/20/in-...or-39-billion/

      As anyone who has read a tech blog in the past few years will know, AT&T has been under attack for not being able to match the network capacity of larger rival Verizon. And when they won the majority of the bids for the open spectrum in 2008, Verizon also had a clear path to the future. Now AT&T is taking another path: buying T-Mobile.

      Here’s the release with the details of the deal. AT&T will pay roughly $39 billion to Deutsche Telekom for T-Mobile USA. Deutsche Telekom will also get a roughly 8 percent ownership stake in AT&T as a result of the deal. And a Deutsche Telekom executive will join AT&T’s Board.

      With the deal, AT&T will get access to T-Mobile’s roughly 35 million customers. If the two fully merge, this will push AT&T far past Verizon in terms of subscriber numbers. Currently, Verizon has about 100 million subscribers in the U.S., while AT&T has about 95 million. This deal will also leave Sprint as the lone large outsider, with about 50 million subscribers.

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      • #4
        And I was just about to post that Evolve's head would explode....

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        • #5
          sooooooo would this make AT&T prices higher?

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          • #6
            less competition....always terrible for consumers

            look at all the anti-consumer measures Verizon and AT&T have taken already this past year......What's to keep Sprint from joining them in those practices now that T-Mo wouldn't be breathing down their neck?

            sigh

            guess it's off to Sprint next

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Evolvehawk View Post

              guess it's off to Sprint next
              Or you can quit delaying the inevitable and join the Empire.

              Posted from my Android connected with HSPA+ on the AT&T network.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ICThawk View Post
                Or you can quit delaying the inevitable and join the Empire.

                Posted from my Android connected with HSPA+ on the AT&T network.
                Wanna bet that my HSPA+ is faster than yours?

                Want to bet that I have a far better data plan than you? (5 gb before they throttle, no overages)

                Want to bet T-Mo's customer service is way better than AT&T's?

                AT&T can't even get a fucking android phone right without unnecessarily locking it down

                I'm fucking incensed

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Evolvehawk View Post
                  less competition....always terrible for consumers

                  look at all the anti-consumer measures Verizon and AT&T have taken already this past year......What's to keep Sprint from joining them in those practices now that T-Mo wouldn't be breathing down their neck?

                  sigh

                  guess it's off to Sprint next
                  ATT bought T-Mobile because Sprint might have....

                  Also, I think it'll take awhile for Sprint to follow the leaders. They will die an even faster death if they conform now.

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                  • #10
                    FACK....hopefully I'm grandfathered in with my unltd data plan

                    FUCK ATT...there's a reason I left

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                    • #11
                      This thread makes me giggle.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Joe Norris View Post
                        FACK....hopefully I'm grandfathered in with my unltd data plan

                        FUCK ATT...there's a reason I left
                        for real

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                        • #13
                          Buahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha


                          If you're thinking about Sprint, check the new swag they announce this week at CTIA. New EVO, EVO tablet, etc. They're new lineup sounds really good.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by dewarsrocks View Post
                            Buahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha


                            If you're thinking about Sprint, check the new swag they announce this week at CTIA. New EVO, EVO tablet, etc. They're new lineup sounds really good.
                            about time they get something besides the Evo...talk about resting on your laurels for a year

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                            • #15
                              Is there any legit hope that the FCC or FTC will kibosh the merger?

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