T-Mobile and Sprint Zeroing In on a $32 Billion Merger

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  1. Mousse macrumors 68000

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    Sprint destroyed Nextel after the merger. What will they do to **** up T-Mobile. Will CDMA and GSM play nicer than CDMA and iDEN?
     
  4. MICHAELSD macrumors 68040

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    ...? T-Mobile and Sprint use different network technology. Unless they used some Frankenstein dual antenna setup their phones would be on two different networks still.
     
  5. Menel macrumors 603

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    Same for Cricket(CDMA) and ATT(GSM)... take a look at how that process is going.

    Its a very simple solution.
     
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    Something needs to happen for Verizon and AT&T to stop fisting people in the butt.

    T-Mobile + Sprint together will be an actual rival to those 2. Tho these two companies should then buy dish network and some sort of internet provider as well. No way for them to compete with AT&T and Verizon that offer customers everything and basically have a monopoly of the cell market and are trying to compete with Comcast for internet and TV service.

    This is great for customers. Who didn't have their bill plummet when T-mobile made price changes that made the big 2 lower prices and give better deals for those who don't have unlimited plans?

    Now T-mobiles management with more power and customers could really change the game.

    If anything people should be really worried about Time Warner + Comcast !!
     

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