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hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
reply to buddahbless

Re: Nothing to say because it's true

TMO has always said and will ALWAYS be a major city provider They won't move to the smaller cities and there is a reason for that. more $$$ in the big cities.

Also unlike ATT; TMO actually takes care of their network and keeps improving it. Unlike ATT they just keep buying and buying and say the hell with the network; we don't care.

Crookshanks

join:2008-02-04
Binghamton, NY
said by hottboiinnc:

TMO has always said and will ALWAYS be a major city provider They won't move to the smaller cities and there is a reason for that. more $$$ in the big cities.
So they are cherry picking the more profitable markets and leaving the rest of us to rot on the vine. Hasn't this site editorialized against Verizon for doing this exact same thing? Why should T-Mo get a pass for it?


Gbcue
Premium
join:2001-09-30
Santa Rosa, CA
kudos:8
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said by Crookshanks:

said by hottboiinnc:

TMO has always said and will ALWAYS be a major city provider They won't move to the smaller cities and there is a reason for that. more $$$ in the big cities.
So they are cherry picking the more profitable markets and leaving the rest of us to rot on the vine. Hasn't this site editorialized against Verizon for doing this exact same thing? Why should T-Mo get a pass for it?
Because T-Mobile isn't getting USF subsidies.
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djdanska
Rudie32
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join:2001-04-21
San Diego, CA
kudos:4
reply to Crookshanks
Metropcs and cricket do the same thing. T-Mobile doesn't go around telling anybody they cover ninety something percent of the country. Verizon does, and when you tell people you have the largest network, they are going to expect it. I don't recall t-mobile advertising they are the largest provider or covers the most American's.
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