Originally Posted by DMaverick50
*warning off topic*...I just graduated from texas tech and moved the hell out of god's asshole aka 'lubbock'...i always feel sorry for people stuck there. On the other hand it was so boring i started biding my time by rooting my g1, instant time killer and now im an androider for life
ROFL. What major did you graduate as?
I only live in lubbock. I go to yale, which is a hop, skip and jump from NYC.
Lubbock did suck growing up though, considering I moved from NY. Absolutely nothing to do... Best part is the airport, since you're leaving.
The merger would be more difficult since it would mean migrating users from CDMA to GSM Or vice versa. They are very different networks, meaning the merged company would have to maintain both networks (at great cost) for many years in order to complete the migration of all customers.
Additionally, the cost of rebranding existing locations of one store and fixing redundancies in the company would probably draw on for many years.
Either Sprint or T-Mobile better have DEEP pockets.
Will it be profitable in the long term: yes, but it will have huge upfront costs.
Cingular 8125 > T Mobile G1 > Rogers HTC Magic