hmm.. so their screw the customer attitude seems to be working for them. Of course most of their customers are locked into 2 year contracts that cost 400 dollars to break so I would not really see VZW effecting their numbers yet plus VZW monthly package cost is higher.
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I hope some does get spent on upgrading the network. I'm ready for 4G.
this money will go straight in the higher ups pockets. ATT has so much spectrum but its all over the place and unorganized. Its just a shame that ATT treats its customers like that. Now i know its not everyone, but the people who do have problems are staying and it seems.
I currently am a Verizon customer with no contract. I am looking as I am sure many have hear me say for a smart phone. I personally do not want to use ATT or big red as there prices especially for smart phones are insane. I posted a cost estimate on here about a month ago which was a break down versus Sprint. The difference was if I recall correctly about $200 for the same services. Yes Verizon is supposed to be faster etc, but I can promise you anything I download besides using it as a GPS will be done via wifi or tethered at home. I am somewhat leary of Tmobile but there new phone is sweet with a price and capabilities on the network being about the same as Sprint. I have also been told on location at a Tmobile store by an upper supervisor if I sign a 2 year contract with them and ATT is approved for the take over that they would then have to honor a two year contract.
As far as these earnings projections go I had read that there were also a good bit of negatives compared. I know that Att has android units, but I also know that they are not very big in numbers or attractive from what I see as a provider with Android phones. Things like the fact that 350000 new android devices are registered daily and most of them not being on ATT gives me a much more negative outlook on ATT than is stated here. The iPhone may have some attractiveness to it, but 31 and a half million Android devices registered last quarter says this is more fluff than real numbers to me.
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