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Fmeyer
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Fmeyer,
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11/30/2011 | 2:20:47 AM
re: AT&T Desperate To Save T-Mobile Bid
It'll be a bummer for all the folks that rely on MVNO's to provide them with cheap access to wireless mobility. Like my father's SVC tracfone, it's a basic GSM phone running almost exclusively on AT&T's network. If AT&T have increased problems with their spectrum, it's highly likely that guys like tracfone won't be able to sustain the low costs of their products...anti trust backfiring in the face of a depleting resource.
Leo Regulus
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11/28/2011 | 8:18:02 PM
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Yes, and the rest of the world is desperate for this NOT to happen.


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