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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Cartaphilus, Mar 22, 2011.
...there will be no reception afterwards.
what about before
What a brilliant diamond ring.
One question....Open Bar??
So the shirtless AT&T guy is marrying the girl in the pink dress. Nice..
No they're engaged, they'll be getting married in about a year.
I have a friend who's actually happy about this. He's a T-Mobile user and has wanted an iPhone for a long time but wasn't willing to switch carriers for whatever reason.
Whats going on with T-Mobile? In the US they are hitching up with AT&T. In the UK they have teamed up with Orange. Is this some form of weird international business plan?
T-Mobile is outta dollars, therefore they need money.
does this mean that the iPhone will be brought over to T-Mobile, as well?
There is already a large discussion of the merger here:
AT&T to Acquire T-Mobile USA for $39 Billion
I heard all AT&T customers will be paying a 15% increase in their monthly phone bill as a wedding gift.
Actually we will be gaining a lot with this merger including WAY better reception/call quality/and less dropped calls. Please refer to this link and article. Read it and you will understand the benefits.
First Article entitled "AT&T to Acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom."
1) Can't believe the joke went over everyone's head
2) While subtle and nicely played, it was still a pretty terrible joke.
haha, I just reread the OP, i get it now. Well played sir, well played.
If you think that your 3G service will improve because of the merger, then you're crazy.
AT&T 3G will still be overcrowded and have horrible data service.
T-mobile's network (1700 MHz) is slated to become the new LTE network, so if you're willing to pay for a brand new LTE plan THEN you'll probably see some improvement.
but that's what people say about AT&T now and they've all been proven wrong regarding AT&T's data...it's farfrom horrible...stop drinking the haterade
Agreed. I have never had connection issues unless I'm at a very crowed event like a football game with 80,000 fans.
The plan was to have five of them, but it may not work out.