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Clifton K Morris
Clifton K Morris
2/14/2019 | 2:06:35 PM
More 36-month contracts?
Sounds like this merger is all about a reduction in competitiors whose business models rely on heavily subsidized handsets. I expect phone prices to go up because T-Mobile won’t have to increase contract lengths to 36-month contracts in order to offer an iPhone at a $40 price-point in order to remain competitive and relevant.

Either way, this merger MUST be approved at face value so Verizon and AT&T can use it as justification for their merger in the upcoming years.

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