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Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has already said that his company plans to fight the merger between AT&T and T-Mobile, and today Sprint's official statement on the matter has been released. In it, the nation's No. 3 carrier spends no time beating around the bush, saying simply that a combined AT&T/T-Mobile would undo the decades of growth, modernization, and competition that we see in the wireless industry today. If the merger does take place, AT&T-Mobile and Verizon would control the overwhelming majority of the U.S. post-paid market which, Sprint says, would give them "unprecedented control" of the market. You can find the full statement from Sprint below.

There's no question that Sprint has made some good points, especially when they point out how much control over pricing, backhaul, and products AT&T and Verizon would have if the merger is approved. Of course, with AT&T promising to spread LTE coverage to 95 percent of the U.S., including rural areas, the government may be willing to push the deal through after making AT&T agree to a few concessions. Which side do you stand on when it comes to the AT&T-Mobile merger? Are you opposed to it like Sprint or do you think the improved reception and more widespread LTE will make the deal worth it?

Sprint Opposes Proposed AT&T Acquisition of T-Mobile USA
Transaction would reduce competition and harm consumers

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), March 28, 2011 - Sprint Nextel [NYSE:S], the nation’s third largest wireless provider and a leader in advanced wireless broadband technologies, announced today its opposition to AT&T’s proposed $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA.

The transaction, which requires the approval of the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission, and will likely spark a host of hearings in the U.S. Congress, would reverse nearly three decades of actions by the U.S. government and the courts that modernized and opened U.S. communications markets to competition. The wireless industry has sparked unprecedented levels of competition, innovation, job creation and investment for the American economy, all of which could be undone by this transaction.

AT&T and Verizon are already by far the largest wireless providers. If approved, the proposed acquisition would create a combined company that would be almost three times the size of Sprint in terms of wireless revenue and would entrench AT&T’s and Verizon’s duopoly control over the wireless market. The wireless industry moving forward would be dominated overwhelmingly by two vertically integrated companies with unprecedented control over the U.S. wireless post-paid market, as well as the availability and price of key inputs, such as backhaul and access needed by other wireless companies to compete.

“Sprint urges the United States government to block this anti-competitive acquisition,” said Vonya McCann, senior vice president, Government Affairs. “This transaction will harm consumers and harm competition at a time when this country can least afford it. As the first national carrier to roll out 4G services and handsets and the carrier that brought simple unlimited pricing to the marketplace, Sprint stands ready to compete in a truly dynamic marketplace. So on behalf of our customers, our industry and our country, Sprint will fight this attempt by AT&T to undo the progress of the past 25 years and create a new Ma Bell duopoly.”

About Sprint Nextel

Sprint Nextel offers a comprehensive range of wireless and wireline communications services bringing the freedom of mobility to consumers, businesses and government users. Sprint Nextel served more than 49.9 million customers at the end of 2010 and is widely recognized for developing, engineering and deploying innovative technologies, including the first wireless 4G service from a national carrier in the United States; offering industry-leading mobile data services, leading prepaid brands including Virgin Mobile USA, Boost Mobile, and Assurance Wireless; instant national and international push-to-talk capabilities; and a global Tier 1 Internet backbone. Newsweek ranked Sprint No. 6 in its 2010 Green Rankings, listing it as one of the nation’s greenest companies, the highest of any telecommunications company. You can learn more and visit Sprint at www.sprint.com or www.facebook.com/sprint and www.twitter.com/sprint.


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Jared Brock
Jared Brock No
Eric Kroh
Eric Kroh Sprint NEEDS to work on their CS..nothing else!
Victor Epée
Victor Epée Yes because if you don't like at&t, what other GSM option would you have?
Julius Mawoussi
Julius Mawoussi No.
Ahmed Jamal Ibraihimi
Ahmed Jamal Ibraihimi Yes they are doing right thing in opposing this deal, bcoz if deal goes through then AT&T will only Gsm provider left, and that means less competition, and if competition is less we wll see end of sum breathtaking plans which are launched once every 2/3 months........ If this deal wents through then it will be consumers who wll be biggest loser,this deal wll only be profitable for AT&T and not to consumers so I thnk every service provider who cares for consumers shud oppose this deal, so that we are able to get competitive data,voice and SMS plans from service provider; if this deal goes through we are up for more monotonous plans than the spontaneous plans that we are seeing nw days.......
Sam Rick
Sam Rick No,who cares.
Jamel Pegues
Jamel Pegues I think dude should stop winning to fuck it let it happen dan focus on expanding 4g it won't be long before t mobile costumers come to sprint cuz at&t sucks ass no real 4g in to the comments about my phone network suck sprint dick when the evo3d comes out this go be another award winning phone year for sprint dude just need to get to business in get off the bullshit cuz like I said the under dog always comes out on top loyal sprint costumer
Jamel Pegues
Jamel Pegues Sprint in verizon need to merge Phonedog set the ceo's down and talk it will only be a win if they get together t mobile in at&t will loose i know alot of ppl that has t mobile in they there going to be leaving t mobile as soon as the at&t take over also the under dog will always come out on top i've been with sprint for three almost four years & im happy good coverage but like everybody said sprint needs to merge with verizon
Israel Leiva
Israel Leiva LOL@All you "I got a $49 a month deal on T-Mobile and I can't even get service in a building or under a tree". REALITY CHECK: That is NOT a deal!.......You get what you pay for. LOL
Israel Leiva
Israel Leiva This deal gives AT&T & T-Mobile iPhone users the chance to enjoy the iPhone on a better and stronger network. That is for those who CAN'T afford to jump ship to Verizon. I know Verizon is expensive, but you get what you pay for. If you don't believe me then ask all the AT&T and T-Mobile customers. Try defending your $49 deal now? In conclusion, I'm on Team Merge! LOL
Israel Leiva
Israel Leiva Who cares about 2 pieces of sh*t carriers merging?! Sprint is basically Verizon with a discount and push to talk Nextel phones that mainly only contractors use. With this deal they are going to be the odd man out and in third(last) place. Oh boo hoo muthaf***in hoo. Sprint needs to merge with Verizon and STFU! Prices going up on services is a part of life. Is your cable bill or utility bill going any lower? I agree with the other posts above when they said if you want low prices then go to Boost, Virgin, Metro, Cricket, or tracPhone. Look, there's your competition! and one more thing.... STFU!!! LMAO
Michael Spotts
Michael Spotts Boo hook the feds need to stay out of it. Go cry at some tea party protest. Sprint is trying to keep the market open. I do like the Google and sprint idea.
Trever Pitts
Trever Pitts Sprint n verizon 4 the win
Trever Pitts
Trever Pitts I think this sucks for tmo people just because att sucks. U no what I feel it will end up maken us pay more for phones if att buys every one out will I keep hearing n see over 1000 of youtube video where att. Drops 60% more calls then verizon n sprint
Trever Pitts
Trever Pitts I think sprint is good there plans are cheaper then any other 68 bucks for unlimited every thing my verizon 99 bucks for 450 mins free nights n weekend with unlimited text n video n. Web on my blackberry why's verizon cost the most?
George St. Martin
George St. Martin This deal will benefit at&t and its current customers. Some other carrier will step up and replace tmo. People need to quit there damn crying. The government should have no say in this. Both companies have a board of directors, and they both approved the deal. there was no hostile take over or illegal bribes handed out. two companies agreed to a deal. Please quit crying sprint. You snoozed, and you loose. Get over it, and find a different way to become relevant.
Eric E. Hurley
Eric E. Hurley Most people don't realize v and att lowered there unlimited calling from $99 to $69 because of t-mobile's $49 offering. no t-mobile you would still be paying $99 thats competition.
Eric E. Hurley
Eric E. Hurley You will get less choice of phones because there will be less gsm phones made since thee is only once provider to sell to, allowing higher prices. there will be no other provider to better up a gsm phone to. Why rush out a new atrix when there is no mytouch to compete with.
Nick Koval
Nick Koval Go sprint:):)
Tanya Buttons
Tanya Buttons I looked forward to the AT&T/T-Mobile merger and hope it goes through so that the GSM network has awesome phones and 4G combined. Dan Hesse knows his network (along with Verizon) sucks. Sprint only succeeds with Nextel's Direct Connect.
Darren R. Holmquist
Darren R. Holmquist YES.
Sambo Chao
Sambo Chao Definite yes. We shouldn't allow att to spread their suckage.
Clemmie Hooper
Clemmie Hooper As a longtime Sprint customer - and being stuck on contract for some time yet - I think Mr. Dan needs to skip the whining, and get serious about building out Sprint's 4G coverage to stay competitive.
Joshuah Landazuri
Joshuah Landazuri YES THEY SHOULD!!!
Mike Fischer
Mike Fischer Yes.
Brent Taft
Brent Taft Yes they should. I really hope it doesn't pass regulations...
Jordan Franklin
Jordan Franklin I think this merge is great to all (most) T-mobile and AT&T users because it opens up to a wider variety of phones and devices that you can get... I also think this mege is great becuase the customers who have T-mobile devices but want AT&T devices can get them vice versa without having to go threw the whole credit app all over again thats why I think this merge is going to have a big change on the whole mobile network..... And whatever the those two companys decided to name there new company...... TRUST AND BELIEVE ITS GONNA BE GREAT!
Toney Bobek
Toney Bobek I'm a tmobile subscriber and I am very opposed to the sale, I hope sprint prevails
Zach Cline
Zach Cline And sprint is struggling . Thats what happens when you suck. I wouldn't be suprised if verizon buys sprint up .
Nick Koval
Nick Koval Da
Zach Cline
Zach Cline Brian the iphone is the same price as a fucking droid.
Lennes Shaw
Lennes Shaw Naw they should buy my contract and everyone else who wants to go their instead of att
Brian M McCoy
Brian M McCoy I don't see this going through. Federal laws are in place to make businesses more viable and the competitiveness alive. If the Feds allow this to go through, it will undoubtedly undo the laws that have been put into place for that very reason. The rumors have been flying around for some time about the possibility of Sprint buying T-mobile. The announcement recently that AT&T will buy T-Mobile took the industry by surprise. If the deal goes through, T-Mobile customers will jump ship, but how many and to which carriers is still uncertain. I don’t see AT&T allowing T-Mobile customers to keep their plans/pricing when it comes time to renew their contracts. To the people who keep complaining that Sprint should get the iPhone are smoking crack. Apple is anti-innovation, unless they are the ones making the money. Android has taken over the Smartphone market by a big margin. How many non-national US carriers are carrying the iPhone.....NONE! Apple makes great products, but they are way over priced! The antenna "death grip" issue has been plaguing the iPhone 4 since its debut. Apple could have easily fixed the antenna issue before rolling out with the Verizon version.iOS4 is still lacking features that Android has had for a while. One of the biggest is Multi-tasking. The biggest drawback to Android is the Fragmentation, but other than that, it is far more superior to iOS. Apple is all about anti open source and Google is all about open source. Android is for the Geeks, and iPhone is for the people who think they are cool. I will admit being a 10-year Sprint customer that Sprint has made progress in many areas, but at the same time, they have screwed up. First, buying Nextel what not the brightest idea, but the CEO at the time was not Dan Hesse. The second screw up was going WiMax instead of LTE. In the last month, Sprint has announced they will be investing more into LTE. I live in the Phoenix Metropolitan area where we still do not have WiMax but rumors have surfaced that Sprint has been testing LTE in the Phoenix area. Unfortunately, the current phones with WiMax radios will obviously not support LTE. Sprint has made leaps and bounds when it comes to customer service. I have never had an issue with Sprint itself. I have had issues with phones, but this cannot be blamed on Sprint. Sprint has come a long ways when it comes to the diverse portfolio of phones and especially with Smartphones. Sprint’s coverage is much better than AT&T. I have been in many places in the Phoenix area and Arizona where I have had excellent service where as someone I know who has AT&T has multiple dropped calls and ends up using my phone to make calls. Sprint may not be everywhere, but it’s nice to know that when I am roaming, I will not be charged an arm and a leg for the roaming call and/or data. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions!
Jean Pacrim
Jean Pacrim Why?????
Jorge Hugo Galindo
Jorge Hugo Galindo YES!! They should ATT is just afraid of competition so they are now going around taking out the companies that have better plans and customer service.
Jarrad Floyd
Jarrad Floyd AT&T has no coochie walls
Fernando Gonzalez
Fernando Gonzalez Rodrigo you are such a fucking idiot..... Anyone that thinks this deal is good for consumers is out of their mind
Rodrigo Gonzalez
Rodrigo Gonzalez Sprint sucks ass my friend has an evo and he says he has to turn on his 4G wtf lol
Anthony Evans Jr
Anthony Evans Jr sprint only opposes it becasue they couldn't buy tmobile. Sprint needs to use this as an opportunity to better themselves. But instead they will cry like little bitches
Jason Weaver
Jason Weaver Yes
Sheldon Lawrence
Sheldon Lawrence Yes
Carlos Obando
Carlos Obando Yes
Kevin Colon
Kevin Colon sprint should just buy both of T-mobile and AT&T and call it a day.
Dan Maycock
Dan Maycock No, I'll be the one person to say it - the only way the us keeps up with europe and Asia PAC is if there's enough capital behind a very small number of networks - the US should have forced carriers to adopt the euro model of tower sharing but we didn't - tmo can't afford to upgrade without this, ATT can't really either - we are running out of frequency and only 30some percent of us subs use data - imagine when it's 60some percent. The writing was on the wall, this is the only way to catch up unless the FCC standardizes Bands and frequencies so tower sharing can occur and not cause every carriers billions to upgrade.
Jimmy Pop
Jimmy Pop yes'
Bobby Bull
Bobby Bull The only people that need to worry are t-mobile employees. At&t will drop prices because they can while still keeping the highest income of revenue. Everyone on at&t-mobile will benefit because at&t will gain t-mobile's android contracts and line up (which are the best) and both companies will gain a bigger network and income to put towards a massive (true) 4g network. But I guess sprint can worry too, at least until Verizon buys them out...
Javier Bustamante
Javier Bustamante Sure we all should opose it.
Christopher Manic Johnson
Christopher Manic Johnson Duopoly? There already is a duopoly..Vzw & AT&T already control the wireless market. What the FCC & such should have been looking at is trying to get everyone on a set standard, that would have been better for competition. TmoUSA has been shooting themselves in the foot, especially w/ this '4G' nonsense-the entire market is shifting to LTE, & your company has yet to utter the words, much less come up w/ a plan. This is why DT wanted to dump it's US branch, this is why they happily sold the carrier to AT&T. Tangent, what would Sprint's stance be if they bought Tmo? There is always going to be competition, stores are always going to get shut down, ppl are unfortunatley always going to get laid off. It's the way the game runs. Sprint is also playing the game w/ their argument...don't let them butter you up.
Angel Ortiz
Angel Ortiz Yes
Raman Pourgevargiss
Raman Pourgevargiss Anything to stop this ridicules deal will work
Jarrad Floyd
Jarrad Floyd FUCKIN RIGHT!!!!, JUST CAUSE EEYBODY ELSE IS JONNIE APPLE ABOUT WHERE AT&T SEEDS IT SPECTRUMS DONT MEAN SHIT TO THE REST OF US, GOHEAD SPRINT!!!/ FLY THAT JUMBO WIMAX JET RIGHT BETWEEN AT&T AND T-MOBILE... I MEAN I WANNA SEE THE DEAL TOPPLE OVER BUT MORE LIKE COLLAPSE IN ON ITS SELF.... YEA!!!!!
Shaun Porter
Shaun Porter Sprint should oppose the deal. This deal does more bad for the industry then good. 3g T-Mobile phones will lose 3g capabilities, almost making a ton of hardware useless. This will also make at&t the only carrier of GSM tech. Also att and Verizon would get most of the good phones and leave sprint in the dust business wise. The deal will also force regional carriers( us cellular, Cincinnati bell etc) to raise prices and lose deals on phones. There's more to be worried about with this deal, but it will pass because its all about a dollar and not about the customer. That's how it is in the good ol u s of a. Everybody just be ready to pay 150 dollars for 2gb of data. And u thought gas prices were high.........
Edrick McKnight
Edrick McKnight Heck yes they should oppose this deal... I so don't want AT&T to be the only GSM cell phone carrier option we have here in the states...
Dominic Jessup Reid
Dominic Jessup Reid Like uhhhh duhhhhh
Jonathan Baker
Jonathan Baker Yes cuz I have tmobile and at&t is gonna jack all of the tmobile peoples rates up and I friggin hate at&t
Benjamin Padilla
Benjamin Padilla Definitely
Alexander Rojas
Alexander Rojas Yes
John Scott Mattern
John Scott Mattern I just read and wanted to add in that yes there are data caps on att but EvERyThinG I have read and been told is that with the buy out of tmo that frees up so much space that caps will go bye bye! Att runs at 87 to 95 max capacity... Tmo runs at 35ish percent and combined att will be around 60% and free up so much data space that big plans will make a come back! Verizon is closing in on its may data cap day. They are planning on capping in a month their smart phones as they are closing in on 85% capacity....
Aj Green
Aj Green No. I think Google should just buy sprint and change the way the cell industry works.
MÅnuel VÅllejo
MÅnuel VÅllejo Funny how sprint didn't have a problem getting rid of competition when they were trying to buy T-mobile
Joshua Ogbuefi
Joshua Ogbuefi In the future AT&T + google = world domination. You will see it soon enough.
Andrew Veale
Andrew Veale I think AT&T is a pretty cool guy. Eh has shitty service & plans and doesn't afraid of anything
Jose Pablo Islas
Jose Pablo Islas Absolutely
Jamil Abbas
Jamil Abbas Yes!!!! Yes!!!! Yes!!!!
Stuart James Baucum
Stuart James Baucum the AT&T buyout with t-mobile doesn't sound too bad to me....stronger national coverage, better/improved 4G networks. :)
Rickyo ODaniell
Rickyo ODaniell If it does go thru... (which probably won't happen) all the "yes" AT&T&T people commenting will deserve the shaft they will get up their butts with more control and higher prices. Are you all really that ignorant to what they are trying to do to you? Sure you'll end up in 5 years with more coverage... Who else do you think is going to pay that $39 billion dollar bill? Is AT&T giving things away now cause they're sorry they've been screwing you with lousy service, dropped calls, no 4G, crap plans? Think about it.
PLatnum Da Street Poet
PLatnum Da Street Poet Why can't they just leave shit as it is
Anthony Douglas
Anthony Douglas Is there not anything else to talk about?
Julius Mawoussi
Julius Mawoussi Another carrier will become the fourth largest carrier. Their are so many complaints AT&T needing to improve their coverage they try to and everyone's complaining about it. I hope this gets approved.
Tonio Johnson
Tonio Johnson This deal basically sucks for all of US as consumer's since their wont be any competition between the carriers anymore. Tablets were going to make a surge this year but this just may hurt that side of the mobile platform because of data caps on At&t and T-mobile. Plus it's already been said that T-mobile's 4G isn't really 4G so At&t can cut that out the deal as it stands now.
Ronnie Apodaca
Ronnie Apodaca Ma Bell?!?!? didn't the feds just spend 25 years of litigation ending that?? just my take...
Juan Jose Rios
Juan Jose Rios Yes!
John Scott Mattern
John Scott Mattern Duopolies are not bad, they streamline service and choice... Think about what if u didn't just have pc's and mac's... What if u had 4 or 5 different kind of computer systems... Software would be a bitch to buy or figure out what works... Like is like that. U have two ir three main choices, anything more and they fold or go byebye... Look at car companies, video game systems, fast food places, retail stores... Once anything hits too many choices it becomes a feeding frenzy... Pick any industry, and field or anything really... Such is life and in the end it works!!!
Michael Diaz
Michael Diaz Hell no. Better stop drinking that haterade
Jesse Bryant
Jesse Bryant Gay T&T
Tim Miyashiro
Tim Miyashiro GSM is crap huh? Enjoy slow speeds and not being able to talk and surf at the same time. "Peace".
Julius Mawoussi
Julius Mawoussi Sprint is just upset they lost out.
Brian A Fields
Brian A Fields One word Y E S !!!!!!!!!!!
Cristian Henriquez
Cristian Henriquez if this merge happens, everyone loses. its called monopoly, hopefully this deal wont go through. sprint does offer the best in wireless. this kind of reminds me of when chevy was asking the govt for a bailout. we need to have choices.
Jeff Daunis
Jeff Daunis Yes!!
John Scott Mattern
John Scott Mattern Think about this, if Verizon were to shut off its service Sprint would loose almost 60% of its coverage! They roam/use Verizon so much they would be gone in days...
Eric E. Hurley
Eric E. Hurley Why does everyone get blinded by claims and accusations. These companies get away with so much because frankly most of this country is stupid. At&t can say whatever they want that doesn't mean its going to happen that way. Just like politicians. If the deal goes through and then you don't get the coverage, lte the plan, and your rate goes up $40 you can't undo it and you have no competition to go to. Fact is they can work together as 2 separate companies and acheve the same thing. And be better for the consumer.
Kamil M Abdullah
Kamil M Abdullah Everyone here who's saying "Sprint is just mad" and "Sprint is just jealous, Sprint sucks" OBVIOUSLY has NO IDEA what they're talking about. If this deal is allowed to go through, it creates a "duopoly" which means less choice for the consumer. That's NOT a good thing. It'll mean alot of TMobile employees getting laid off as they shut TMobile stores that overlap with At&t stores. It'll mean data caps of 2gb on data intensive phones. Who wants an Android tablet or a G2 or Mytouch 4G with only 2gb of data? I know I sure don't. It defeats the purpose of the device. People please get informed before making ignorant comments of "so and so sucks". It just makes you look ridiculous.
Jeremy Gross
Jeremy Gross yes because i hate atat and i may switch to tmobile in thes future
Karen BettyboopJones
Karen BettyboopJones Yes. Yes. Did I say yes?
Tasso Art
Tasso Art I doubt that the FCC would allow that type of monopoly in the GSM market. I know many T-Mobile customers who are unhappy about this
Christopher Manic Johnson
Christopher Manic Johnson When you consider the amount of subscribers AT&T has to Tmobile, what difference will it make w/ one less player? The competition layout would practically be the same, the only difference being one less GSM carrier-a GSM carrier that really isn't making a difference in terms of shaking up the market. You have around 90million subscribers on Sprint & Tmo combined, to almost 200million subscribers on Vzw & AT&T combined, what impact are cheaper plans really making? Not to mention Tmo's finicky AWS bands. Maybe if there were a GSM standard in this country Tmo wouldn't be in this situation? Sprint is only crying cheers to it's lost potential value; they really don't care about equal competition..a big LOL!
Jaime Andrade
Jaime Andrade Isn't God suppose to stop this madness? Why God? Why do you allow this to happen?
Willy Vuong
Willy Vuong I agree with Sprint because the industry would become 2 big giants for wireless carriers and it would be just like the old days.....4 major carriers to be options for customers to choose who they want, where they will be stuck with 3, if merger goes through. Plus, AT&T just wants T-Mobile 4G, so they can say that they have caught up with the rest of the world.
Jesus Soto
Jesus Soto Some people just comment because they have nothing better to do with themselves but gettin back to the subject the merge will still go on no matter how many company's don't want it to happen. AT&T is kissing everyone's ass to get this to go through. Toady in the Hartford courant AT&T had the state senator in their switch boards tryin to convince them that this merger is the right thing to do. In all reality this merger will hurt slot of people. One is less competition. Two higher prices. Three higher ETF and finally alot of people will lose their jobs, because anywhere u see a tmobile store right next door is a AT&T store. I think people haven't really thought of how bad this is going to effect them and it won't be funny 2 years down the road when they say wow I miss tmobile. It will be horrible.
Clint Winstead
Clint Winstead No, as it's just gonna be perceived as a whiny, b*tch move. They just need to step up their game and go to war.
David Gunter
David Gunter YES!!!!!!!!
George St. Martin
George St. Martin They should stay the hell out of it. They were trying to do it too.
John Scott Mattern
John Scott Mattern Sprint is mad cause they didn't have the money to buy tmo... They offered 33-35 billion... Too bad they are broke, lost customers almost every month since 2005. They backed Clear for 4g when everyone else went with LTE, they screwed up by buying Nextel aka iden then tried to convert them all to Cdma, they didn't work well... They divested their land line service to get more capital (cash) and blew through that in 18 months, so they lost or screwed up on everything they have done for the past 6 years... But they got a 69.99 unlimited everything plan! (+10 Bucks for 4g service)... Yep they are the bomb!!! Yuck!
Joe Noyola
Joe Noyola Yes
Luis Miguel Hidalgo
Luis Miguel Hidalgo Yes
Justin Young
Justin Young Just let the Damn deal pass. Then Verizon buys Sprint and everyone's happy. If your complaining about the Damn prices get a tracfone and stfu.
Ricardo Contreras Jr.
Ricardo Contreras Jr. AT&T&T LOL
Anonymous
Anonymous Yea, if they want to keep moving along with "4G".




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