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why is it so freakin hard to get at&t out of my life for good. I just cancel their dsl and my t mobile turns into at&t... I can't believe this..
    
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Is there a way we can lobby the FCC? T-Mo customers unite!!!!
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AT&T, you guys are a bunch of doosh bags. Why did you sell T-Mobile to AT&T Dutch Telecom?!?!?!?!?!?!
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post #44 of 115
Already have my T-Mobile HD2 on AT&T. Not worried.
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Surely they can't expect T Mobile customers to pay for new phones. If nothing else T-Mobile folks, it'll be an easy way out of your existing contract. But nice way to piss off around 40 million people AT&T. Unreal.
 
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post #46 of 115
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Surely they can't expect T Mobile customers to pay for new phones. If nothing else T-Mobile folks, it'll be an easy way out of your existing contract. But nice way to piss off around 40 million people AT&T. Unreal.
Yeah, I cant imagine many t-mobile customers will welcome this at ALL... Myself included. Personally I bought my phone outright ($450) and went with no plan, because at the time it worked out in my favor over the course of 2 years. Now Ive got a phone that im apparently going to have to change, and no contract, so I would imagine they will feel free to change my rates to whatever they want.

If by some chance they dont alter the price/conditions of my plan, and my phone situation is somehow solved, ill give ATT an honest shot. Unless those two conditions are met, or some reasonable compromise found, ill be heading to verizon. If I have to pay $1200 a year to own a phone, you better be sure it'll be a carrier of my choice, not because my choice carrier got absorbed by a crappy carrier.
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post #47 of 115
As an atnt customer I am proud to say this is bs. The feds need to deny the sale. Competition is good, and if there is no other gsm carrier then atnt has full range to do whatever they want. They don't have to provide more options, bandwidth, better customer service, anything. This is bs can the public petition against this?
post #48 of 115
Dude...I hope this means the Nexus S will get a revision making it available on ATT's network.
post #49 of 115
Anyone on tmobile can simply opt out and end there contracts. Then they can go to Verizon or sprint.
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post #50 of 115
so free phones all around?
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