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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Rodriguez View Post
    Most people don't care about their jobs this much. His job isn't to deal with Cricket though. The announcement only came out Friday and there will be at least 6-9 months where nothing... absolutely nothing will change (most likely). I bet you couldn't go into an AT&T store and find out much information about the prepaid company they own... AIO Wireless.

    Why would they force Cricket to be a contract carrier? That wouldn't make sense. It would be like Chevy buying out Ford and the first thing they do is put LS motors in the Mustangs.

    There are easier ways to drive the carrier into the ground and be less obvious. The have GoPhone plans and AIO which is a model for prepaid wireless.
    An LS in a mustang is the best thing you can ever do to one BTW I left that dump back in 2009 because I saw the negotiations taking place back then. I also saw a few of the CEO's habits that made me understand why it was up for grabs. BTW he will be named the CEO of pitney bowes once the merger is complete.

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    Really? Pitney Bowes? Ever since I started shipping more, I've seen their name ever where.

    Anyways, what did he really do for Cricket? What will he really do for another company? Why doesn't anyone give me the time of day? Why can't I even talk to a Cricket representative and give a few opinions from what I see?

    Oh well... Can't say I haven't tried. I did get contacted like once or twice. Latest one was like a year ago. Some new Muve Music guy. Got my opinions and at least now there's no Muve Music card required with 4.0.
    Please check the forum and post there before PMing me. I have over 674 unread PMs due to the fact that they are issues which should have been addressed here.

    If you need to buy something from (Ebay), please use this LINK every time and support the forum!

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    att cricket merger

    as a coustomer whos had service with att tmobile and now has cricket.let me say in my opinion tjhis merger will be great for cricket coustomers in terms of signle strength and more places where you can use phone curently crickets signal is medium at best in my area of denver but hey the price is very resanble

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    From what I have been reading it looks like AT&T will be keeping the Cricket brand to expand more to the prepaid sector. So hopefully the only thing changing in the near future would be the transition from CDMA to GSM, but that is going to take some time do.

 

 
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