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If they get rid of my $30/month plan, I'll be pretty pissed off.

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You guys really think the Department of Justice will allow the merger? I doubt it. They really want 4 competing mobile companies in the US.
 
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You guys really think the Department of Justice will allow the merger? I doubt it. They really want 4 competing mobile companies in the US.
As far as the DoJ is concerned, we probably have 2 competing mobile companies right now. Merging Sprint and T-Mobile would bring a 3rd competitor to the market
 
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I'm pessimistically expecting my $30 plan to be axed.
 
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I'm pessimistically expecting my $30 plan to be axed.
Me too not like there are many other sutable choices out there either. Came from Boost paygo original myself. Also no longer avail. Couldnt stand Sprint anymore. Price hikes in the works for same level of service. $50 or $60 a month will probably be the new $30 plan.
 
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Well, I was looking over the framily plan. Unless you are on the payments for a new phone deal it looks pretty good. As low as $25 a month and you can pick data independent of the rest of those in the framily. Starting to sound good.
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I've never seen a telecom merger go well for customers.

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