What the mega-merger of Sprint and T-Mobile could mean for your cell phone bill


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Via:  perrie-halpern  •  last year  •  10 comments

What the mega-merger of Sprint and T-Mobile could mean for your cell phone bill
The companies say the deal is a win for consumers -- and T-Mobile has promised not to raise prices for three years.


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Perrie Halpern R.A.
1  seeder  Perrie Halpern R.A.    last year

Nothing good every came from lack of competition.. you think we would have learned that by now. 

1.2  Ed-NavDoc  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @1    last year

Any time I hear mega corporations talk about win situations for consumers, I become instinctually nervous as that sounds like a mega oxymoron...

2  lib50    last year

I totally agree.  I can't even think of one that didn't cost more and give consumers less.

Buzz of the Orient
3  Buzz of the Orient    last year

Although I could not open nbcnews, I read the reports on MarketWatch and Fortune, and it's going to be BAD NEWS for users. 

Says Buzz whose cell phone cost the equivalent of US$40 cash and having bought minutes for the equivalent of about US$33 four years ago (they do not expire here) am yet to use up half of them.

Good luck.

Dean Moriarty
3.1  Dean Moriarty  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @3    last year

The Wall Street Journal is more optimistic. 


4  Kavika     last year

I never gave up my smoke signals.

4.1  devangelical  replied to  Kavika @4    last year

... probably more reliable

5  devangelical    last year

I've had a cellphone (electronic leash) for 30 years. I'm paying 1/3 of what I used to pay. Americans pay 5 to 10 times what everybody else on the planet pays for service. Prices on 4G will fall thru the floor as the 5G infrastructure is built. The merger by these 2 companies is to survive the new tech coming that's just over the horizon. 


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