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Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by JFB, Dec 11, 2015.
Happy Holidays from T-Mobile CEO John Legere
LOL! You have to give John Legere credit for making the major carriers lower their pricing. They will probably really hate him after that video
I like T-Mobile and all, but no matter what he says and does, I'm not leaving Verizon.
Ditto, not leaving AT&T. I can live with mediocre reception, but not with poor or none at all.
Not leaving AT&T either, great reception and data speeds around here and TM is poor to none.
I will admit to enjoying the caroling, however.
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Cute, but I'm kind of tired of T-Mobiles "Un-carrier" thing. They are a multi-billion dollar machine, not unlinke ATT, VZW or any of the other carriers they target. And maybe it's just me, but bashing others at Christmas time seems kind of out of place, even if in jest. They could have done better.
@RadioRaiders: AMEN! I posted a similar sentiment on the YouTube video.
Still, like it was already mentioned, T-Mobile is setting the new standard on data plan pricing, I'm still waiting on AT&T to match them so I can transfer my number
I suppose "churn" will always be an issue for the carriers. Mostly it is those that only wants the cheapest price without regards to the quality of service. I wonder how truly effective jumping ship is for consumers. In my experience, since losing my employment with AT&T, I have jumped ship nearly every year with TV providers. From Comcast to Dish to DirectTV, back to Dish and back to Comcast. All in effort to get the best bang for buck. In the end, I'm not really saving as much as the ads made it sound like I'd be saving. I have a feeling those jumping Mobile providers are finding the same thing.
I just checked. It is interesting how Verizon & AT&T's churn rates are small compared to T-Mobile and Sprint. It is almost as if people keep changing between those latter two for the best deal.
Kevin, couldn't agree more, I'm on the same boat as far as cable providers go as well, just this week I've been contemplating switching to Dish Network as they promise to lock in their rate for at least two years.
Project Fi is taking it even a step further. $20 for unlimited talk and text and $10 per GB of data. If you only use 0.5 GB of data, you get a $5 refund.
I just changed from AT&T to Project Fi, so far it's been working fine. I really like the idea of high speed data over seas for $10 per GB. I'll be in France in a couple of weeks and I'll report back on how it works.
That was funny! My first post in here in maybe a couple of years. Surprised to see it as active as it is and most of the same posters are still around. WA loyalists for sure!