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  • Anonymous

    It certainly seems as though T-Mobile is creating a strong case AGAINST the merger being approved. How does killing the low price leader create a more consumer friendly competitive market?

    I really believe T-Mo wants this to fail so it can get the break up bounty.

  • Snyder2nyce

    no way i will ever pay 30$ for 2 GB of data

    • Tr82691

      read carefully and youll see that it’s $30 for unlimited data w/ 5 GB of full speed data after that it gets throttled down…. 

    • Tr82691

      read carefully and youll see that it’s $30 for unlimited data w/ 5 GB of full speed data after that it gets throttled down…. 

  • Snyder2nyce

    no way i will ever pay 30$ for 2 GB of data

  • Jack Bachmann

    Paying full price for a phone seems to me to offset any 1st year savings on a phone plan.