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Will TMO Leave the UK? Who Will Take over?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by justjimjpc, May 3, 2009.

  1. justjimjpc

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    T-Mobile getting out of blighty?

    And then there'd be four
    By Bill Ray
     

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    Wait...what?

    So they want T-Mobile to leave the UK and focus of the US? =/

    Are they saying profits are bad in the UK or the US?

    Because the last time I checked...T-Mobile were 3rd in the rankings in terms of number of subscribers (behind Vodafone and O2)
     
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    Yeh this is a bit of a difficult matter tbh.

    If they do merge with another company can us G1 subscribers cancel our contracts? Would be nice to cancel and get out early and pickup a magic or a Samsung in June!
     
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    Highly doubt they'll let us leave that easily....
     
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    Probably force you into a new 2 year contract with someone else, hah. Weird. That's interesting though. I don't know anything about UK wireless providers, but if T-Mobile is 3rd doesn't that like.. make them last?

    Hah, I don't know.
     
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    If T-Mobile UK merged with another carrier, you would have an option not to move and enter into a new contract as there would be a major change in the T&C's of your existing contract.
     
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    Nah...there's Virgin, Orange and 3 below them...
     

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