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    Well, thinking about the market positions of T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, you can understand why T-Mobile (and Sprint) will be slightly more aggressive when it comes to keeping customers.

    I'm not saying that Verizon Wireless wants to give existing and long-term customers the finger, but they seem to have far better success holding onto existing customers and gaining new ones than T-Mobile does.
     
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    Carriers are like crack dealers. You always get a lot up front, the deal, and then they have you hooked. Once you are hooked what more do they need to do other than keep giving you your fix?
     
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    That's true. After I tried to pull their punk card by threatening to cancel they said, "Okay" LOL!!! I was like DARNED!!! They got me.
     

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