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    Article: AT&T and T-Mobile Acquisition Makes Sense

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    I said my piece on this already. I think most of the others have too, del you probably wont get very many comments this time around.

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    ...let´s see. These are the good reasons. I don´t remember anyone even touching these points...specifically.

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    All I know is that I can finally stop bugging my girl to switch to AT&T from her crappy TMO contract for once and for all.

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    I don't know about verizon ad tmobile, but i definitely think ATT drops the most calls with Sprint a close second. I remember when dialing '611' on sprint went to a menu where option #1 was "push 1 to request a credit for a dropped call".

    Having had ATT (3 times), Sprint (2 times), Tmobile (5 times), and Verizon (2 times), i've definitely had massive amounts of dropped calls on both att and sprint, while almost none on tmobile and verizon.

    That said, I do agree about the location.

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