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    https://nypost.com/2018/10/28/fears-...mobile-merger/

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    Executives at T-Mobile, headed by CEO John Legere, told federal regulators— served a different customer than Sprint’s Boost and Virgin Mobile services, which have a combined share of 12 percent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedora415 View Post
    https://nypost.com/2018/10/28/fears-...mobile-merger/

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    Executives at T-Mobile, headed by CEO John Legere, told federal regulators— served a different customer than Sprint’s Boost and Virgin Mobile services, which have a combined share of 12 percent.
    What fools these officials obviously are when our imminent resident authority on the subject, has repeatly writen as such. We might want to make them aware of what is obviously the final word on the subject, so they will quickly shut down their heresy on the subject. I'm sure they will be very impressed and quickly put their now obviously neurosies to rest and promptly fire the obvious idiot who foolishly brought up this beyond stupid subject veggie them when they are made aware of the irrefutable evidence he's presented,there will be absolutely no sensible argument that can possibly be made to contradict it.

    Oh,and you should be admonished and be throughly ashamed of yourself for posting any article which in any manner countradicts our resident authority,even if it's source is the state of New York(what idiots!)
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    huh,
    but if you could simple it down, How do Metro & Boost service the same or different communities?
    For example,
    They're the same.
    for me the closest Metro store, is 1/2 a block from a very busy public transportation hub intersection. Right across the street from Metro is a Boost Mobile store. both stores have bi-lingual staff.

    So they both service the people who live in a city and take public transportation, and both of them encourage business from primary language Spanish speakers.


    They're different,
    one markets to people who like yellow color hi-lite in the signage, the other markets to people who favor purple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plane View Post
    What fools these officials obviously are when our imminent resident authority on the subject, has repeatly writen as such. We might want to make them aware of what is obviously the final word on the subject, so they will quickly shut down their heresy on the subject. I'm sure they will be very impressed and quickly put their now obviously neurosies to rest and promptly fire the obvious idiot who foolishly brought up this beyond stupid subject veggie them when they are made aware of the irrefutable evidence he's presented,there will be absolutely no sensible argument that can possibly be made to contradict it.

    Oh,and you should be admonished and be throughly ashamed of yourself for posting any article which in any manner countradicts our resident authority,even if it's source is the state of New York(what idiots!)
    CNET says,

    Sprint's results reflect a cooling down around the industry as carriers pull back on aggressive promotions, even with the launch of Apple's iPhones. Gone are the free iPhone deals -- carriers are content to dig in on preserving their customer base with select deals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedora415 View Post
    CNET says,

    Sprint's results reflect a cooling down around the industry as carriers pull back on aggressive promotions, even with the launch of Apple's iPhones. Gone are the free iPhone deals -- carriers are content to dig in on preserving their customer base with select deals
    That and other reasons including Tm's anticipation of acquiring sprints multi billion dollar debt and old and new network improvements. Oh, and they want to make more money.

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