T-Mobile and Sprint

Lemonaid Health oRCe57
Apr 30, 2018 15 Comments

I have T-Mobile and service is quite shitty. I assume it’s just as shitty for others who have T-Mobile. Anyone think this merger will lead to better phone service from T-Mobile?

http://www.businessinsider.com/t-mobile-sprint-new-company-merger-details-2018-4

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  • Eh I like my TMobile service. They have issues with building penetration in certain areas due to the frequencies they can operate within, but the FCC recently allowed them to purchase more so they should be a lot stronger by 2020. As for your actual question, it's hard to say. I personally don't think so because Sprint isn't that great to begin with!
    Apr 30, 2018 0
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    Pwiejdbdbf

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  • T-Mobile r4i3me7s
    Imagine T-Mobile quickly deploying 2.5GHz spectrum nationwide across all TMO and Sprint towers (that are kept)! 600Mhz + 2.5 GHz will be a killer team especially the amount of 2.5 Ghz, just an incredible amount.

    Then there is PCS and AWS for mid and coverage. Just an amazing position to be in...
    Apr 30, 2018 0
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    Xhsrvhyds

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    Glad I got my plan price locked in. Hopefully this doesn't mean worse prices due to less competition. Maybe it'll stress the big two and cause them all to lower prices again
    Apr 30, 2018 0
  • New / Eng Chime!
    Just get google fi
    Apr 30, 2018 3
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      Xhsrvhyds

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      Google fi is a joke if you have someone on your plan thay isn't on WiFi all day but uses streaming apps.

      For example my sister uses hers to stream music while commuting an hour each way every day. Google fi she would pay well over 70 to 100 a month just for thay data.

      Or get a tmobile unlimited for 50.
      Apr 30, 2018
    • New / Eng Chime!
      Oh ya never thought oh that. I am always in Wi-Fi. Why doesn’t she just download her playlist? I know might not be all the songs she wants.
      Apr 30, 2018
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      Xhsrvhyds

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      Yeah she is just always switching styles and moving between artists. For me if would work because I'm also always on WiFi and I have all my music stored as mp3 on my huge micro SD card in my phone. No need to stream for.me ha
      Apr 30, 2018
  • Sprint UKvi41
    What is tmo's separation package like? How about other benefits and employee perks/discounts?
    May 4, 2018 2
    • T-Mobile / Sales br0sb4
      What makes you think you're getting a separation package? T-Mobile may not lay anyone off at all. In fact, they may just make you duke it out with your peers. 😂

      Seriously, I have no idea. But I'll say that T-Mobile is a fair company. I would think that it would be reasonable.
      Dec 26, 2018
    • Asurion kelt3c
      Separation package 😂, if you you work in retail sales , I suggest get your metrics up , get all those activations goals in Green and get your NHR up!
      Aug 12
  • Capital One Cheeter
    This is going to go terrible just like all other sprint mergers. Remember Nextel? GSM and cdma aren’t even compatible.
    Apr 30, 2018 1
    • T-Mobile / Sales br0sb4
      GSM? Seriously? GSM is 2G technology. The whole industry has gone to 4G LTE in case you didn’t notice. So everyone is running the same thing now. Yes, there are still legacy 2G/3G networks still running but they are going away fast as the carriers harvest the spectrum for 4G and 5G. And T-Mobile is in charge this time. T-Mobile gets technology right. Sprint’s legacy CDMA users will be migrated to LTE and the spectrum will be re deployed for 4G/5G. CDMA/GSM integration doesn’t even factor into the conversation.
      Apr 30, 2018
  • T-Mobile omDE72
    What phone do you have?
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    hopefully this means sprint towers will give more coverage
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