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ATT vs. Verizon

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Brian Grigg, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     



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  2. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  3. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  4. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  5. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  6. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  7. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  8. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  9. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  10. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  11. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  12. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  13. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  14. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  15. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  16. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  17. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  18. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  19. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     
  20. George

    George Guest

    "Jeremy" <jeremy@nospam.thanks.com> wrote in message
    news:8v1Ac.2003$bs4.492@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    >
    > "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    > news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    >
    > > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if

    I
    > > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    >
    > Come about August, and AT&T Wireless Services will be absorbed into
    > Cingular. If your contract has expired, I urge you to hold off on
    > re-upping.


    I just renewed my VZW contract because the "new" Cingular has nothing to
    offer in my area. Cingular has no native coverage here and AT&T is lame. So
    putting the 2 together is still lame here.


    >
    > The "Original" AT&T announced plans to reenter the wireless market, using
    > the SPRINT PCS Network, beginning the day after the merger is complete, as
    > the AT&T Logos and Trademarks will then revert back to AT&T Corporation.
    >
    > My contract with AT&T Wireless has expired, and I am planning to wait

    until
    > the reborn AT&T starts up before making any decision.


    It isn't going to add anything to Sprints' network so there is no reason to
    wait.

    >
    > My major issue with the present AT&T Wireless is that there is too much
    > uncertainty. First customers were urged to "upgrade" to GSM, only to

    find,
    > in many cases, that the service on GSM was worse than TDMA. There were
    > complaints about the quality and competence of the customer service reps.
    > Now we're wondering what life will be like under Cingular.
    >
    > Frankly, I'm ready to bail, but I am expecting major incentives to get new
    > customers on board the new AT&T, and the Sprint network is already up and
    > running, so there won't be that uncertainty while AT&T builds a new

    network.

    But unless Sprint has decent coverage where you use it the "new" AT&T won't
    be any better.

    >
    > I was perfectly happy with TDMA. I could care less about surfing the
    > Internet from my wireless phone. I just want a phone that works when I

    need
    > it to work.
    >
    > Of all the options available to you right now, the least desirable one is

    to
    > re-sign with the current AT&T Wireless.
    >
    >
     

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