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Divorce - When You Leave Your Cellphone Carrier

I’ve been hating AT&T for a good long while. My husband insisted they all cost the same and that AT&T gave him a discount as a Boeing employee.   395 more words


T-Mobile's claim that it has the 'best unlimited network' just got destroyed

T-Mobile has spent a whole boatload of its Un-Carrier money on claiming that it has the best network for unlimited. The tag line appears on most of the company’s ads, and is based on average speeds from crowdsourced speed data from two testing companies. 286 more words


T-Mobile, Sprint say $26 billion deal would give U.S. tech lead over China

(Reuters) – T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp said on Sunday they had agreed to a $26 billion all-stock deal and believed they could win over skeptical regulators because the merger would create thousands of jobs and help the United States beat China to creating the next generation mobile network. 33 more words

Sprint Say $26 Billion Deal Would Give U.S. Tech Lead Over China

T-Mobile and Sprint Excited to Provide Singular Bad Service to Rural USA

As T-Mobile and Sprint inch ever closer to a merger, leadership from both countries have expressed their excitement about providing a bigger, worse service to customers living and traveling through rural part of America. 256 more words


Episode 17 - Sprint & T-Mobile Merger and Privacy

After a long hiatus, we’re back! New logo and new-ish website! On this episode we talk about the impending merger between Sprint and T-Mobile and whether or not that’s a good idea. 18 more words


Wow, I wonder why AT&T and Verizon aren't worried about that mammoth Sprint-T-Mobile merger

T-Mobile and Sprint know that they face an uphill battle in persuading regulators that they should be allowed to merge. Most competition theory suggests that letting a highly-concentrated market lose its two lowest-price players is a terrible idea, which is why T-Mobile is arguing that its merger needs to happen for national security or jobs or something. 435 more words


The Johnson 5

It all began April 8, 2013. E. J. and I had our first date after meeting virtually a year or two before. Fast forward 5 years and here we are as newlyweds!