MetroPCS May Be Buyout Target for AT&T

Discussion in 'Metro PCS' started by jindy77, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. jindy77

    jindy77 Well-Known Member
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    Dec. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Leap Wireless International Inc. and MetroPCS Communications Inc. may be takeover targets for bigger rivals AT&T Inc. or T-Mobile USA after the larger companies
     

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  3. rt-hemiboy

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    +1 I hope they dont theyll be loosing customers...
     
  4. alfick3

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    I, too, hope that doesn't happen.
     
  5. Insanecrane

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    Actually I would speculate that AT&T would use either of them like Sprint uses Boost and Virgin. A low cost alternative to the normal AT&T option.

    If the case would turn out otherwise I would move my business to one of those two companies in a heartbeat. I'm with Metro because I have had all of the "big three" and hated each one due to pricing and service contracts.
     
  6. Lolas Dad

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    If AT&T tries to take over MetroPCS I hope the FTC does the same for them as they did with T Mobile. Not approve the merger. I had Nextel for years and they were taken over by Sprint and the only reason I had Nextel was because they had a free incoming plan. I dropped them a few weeks ago for MetroPCS and if AT&T takes them over I will probably be looking for another provider. I looked at Verizon before I decided on MetroPCS and did not go with them because they do not have a smart phone available for the pre paid plans. T mobile would cost around as much as Metro but the service in this area sucks just like Sprint did.
     

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