AT&T should spend that $39-billion in infrastructure upgrades. Then they'd have a network that could handily beat Verizon, and truly nationwide, too.
Maybe you can explain this, but how would rural people benefit from a merger with T-Mobile? T-Mobile primarily serves URBAN areas because population density is higher (more ROI for towers and advertising). The commercial says 15M more rural people would access the network. -- My Blog 2.2
The commercial says 15M more rural people would access the network.
Likely some rural areas TMO has service and will become ATT after the merger. PR work is harder than real work at the end of the day, after all. -- You can't make all the people happy all of the time. But it should be common sense to shoot for the majority.