Glen Head, NY
Having read through quite a few comments on the FCC website, it is apparent a lot of politicians and organizations have been bought off. Generally, one finds the organizations and politicians for it and individual consumers against it. What is truly funny is reading almost the same exact text from all the politicians and organizations saying how wonderful this merger will be. Facts that have been shot down on this site and in AT&T own filings with Wall Street investors. I myself am moving from anti-merger to neutral as I see T-Mobile doing so much damage to itself (latest is raising their compliance fee on August 15th) that I am wondering what the reason could possibly be for keeping them around should the merger fail. They seem determined to either get bought out or commit suicide.
The link to the GLAAD's updated filing is available at »fjallfoss.fcc.gov/ecfs/comment/v···16827306.
I support the right to keep and arm bears.
If T puts themselves out of business for poor management and shear stupidity, then they put themselves out of business.
No one's fault but their own. And them trying to make it appear they "need" this merger to survive is just silly.