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Verizon Says no to Sprint

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by mthorn79, Mar 22, 2011.

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    Wow, well I guess that answers that question.
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    He should have said "VZW doesn't need the liability, poor customer service and spotty coverage".
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    Verizon is ready to take on AT & T and the newly acquired T-Mobile.

    Wow.
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    There is nothing to take on. Acquiring T-Mobile only helps AT&T with two things. Quantity of users and a few more GSM frequencies that their current AT&T customers will overload in a very short time.

    AT&T is making a huge mistake. I think the shareholders should take a no confidence vote on the current management and board.
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    lol, don't think verizon needs sprint. it was only brought up because of AT&T buying T-Mobile.
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    Sprint has not made any money in a few years. They have a high churn rate, so if they go into bankruptcy in the future, Big Red can buy them for penny's on the dollar. IMO.