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Well it’s hard to say, but I would bet on SunCom customers having to change their rate plans to one of T-Mobiles current calling options. This would be especially hard for those customers who currently enjoy the “Unlimited Calling” plan for only $69. There was also no mention if SunCom customers were going to have to replace their current phones and/or SIM cards to be compatible with T-Mobile carrier features like “MyFavs”. I guess only time will tell.
Remember whenever there is a merger or buyout of some kind there is usually an opportunity to cancel your contract early especially if the change affects the consumer monetarily. That being said, I would be very surprised if T-Mobile doesn’t offer SunCom customers several strong incentives (free phone, minutes, data usage) to stay considering the popularity of the iPhone and the depth of AT&T’s and Verizon’s new phone line up for Q4.