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  • kaniki: I really do not see much changing on the Tmobile end of things.. Sprint does not have much coverage outside of Tmobiles right now, so, Tmobile would g...
  • kaniki: I would have to disagree with the "cable company" part.. I would like to see someone, more like google, get them, then a cable company.. Most cable co...
  • MAD DOG: Company really losing customers. What a shame I like it better when the Dolan was running the show. It was like a family company....
  • LG: This is what happens when you charge $150-$300 for TV. People have better things to spend their money on. TV in general is losing viewers after deca...
  • Josh: Good for them! Don't know that $500/day is remotely reasonable (how about $500,000/day?) but regardless good for them....
  • BobInIllinois: DirecTV is a great premium TV service. Downside is that consumers are looking to cut expenses, and they think that streaming can do that. Most consu...
  • EJ: If you don't pay they will more then likely turn it into collections and it will affect your credit. The better move is to pay them again, send a canc...
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  • Lloyd Schiffres: We are going through the exact same thing. Let me know if you have any success fighting this....
  • FredH: "Pai cited the wireless industry's transition to 5G service, quoting the CTIA -- the wireless industry's top lobbying organization, as creating "three...
  • EJ: Jay I think you have something here. I agree that if T-Mobile does not acquire them then an outside force will attempt to. Sprint is the weakest of th...
  • JayS: As a consumer of cellular services, the Only reason I can think of to be against this merger is that it concentrates the Limited, government controlle...

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