Just found out that the number 2 service provider in the US is trying to buy out T-Mobile. AT&T claims that buying T-Mobile will fix their service shortages in areas and increase competition. Give me strength... If the big A was so competitive and innovative, why were they the first to charge for and lock down data for tethering...data purchased but (you can't use it for THAT). Pay more for less bandwidth, and able to lose the iPhone because their network made few to no upgrades since they purchased the majority of their existing infrastucture from Cingular. AT&T has never innovated anything. They have bought other innovative companies and their innovations and customers. Soon after, quashing the innovation, and raising fees and increasing restrictions. This move would put the big A as the nations largest carrier, and make Sprint third by neearly two to one. Not good. Considering this: T-mobile and Sprint are the last companies that will have unlimited data plans after the June VZW tiered plans are introduced. Is this the trend we want to support? Does anyone here believe that if ATT becomes the biggest that their lockdowns and lack of innovation will suddenly turn 180 degrees? ATT is telling the FCC exactly that, and in their own statement, called consumer and Sprint objections to the purchase underwhelming and unconvincing. Now THERE is the ATT we all know, '**** (self edit) the customer, we're AT&T'. Regardless of how you feel, post up on AT&T facebook page, and or Sprint's Facebook/Twitter pages. They and the FCC deserve to hear our thoughts on the matter. After all, if the big A is telling the FCC that this is for the customer, don't you think they should actually ask them? Oh yeah, this is AT&T we're talking about...they don't care what the customer thinks. Thanks. I will post the info link in a separate post below. Sent from my Droid1, Stable 1.2Ghz, Peter Alfonso v2 LV kernel, CM7.0.3, Zepplinrox Supercharged, Gingerbread 2.3.3 phone using DroidForums.