T-Mobile - Two Year Sentence About Up With Joke-Mobile
Cell Phone - Complaint
KANSAS -- T-MOBILE. My two year sentence is about up with Joke-Mobile. Joke-Mobile is a company rife with liars, cheats and thieves from top to bottom. It would not be possible for me to recount all of the problems I have had with the Joke during my two year sentence. My goal is now to dissuade others who might be thinking of making a switch to the Joke. If you are thinking of making a switch to another phone company cross off Joke-Mobile before you ever start. Had I been more astute initially I could have saved myself a lot of grief by going with a reputable company. My sentence is about up and I encourage you not to begin your sentence. You will be very, very sorry if you do.
The following was taken from Yahoo today 2-2-13. T-Mobile just keeps getting worse. The company just needs to go away. They are now the third most hated company in the US. Congratulations T-Mobile keep going the way you are and you will be number one.
3. T-Mobile USA
Last year, plans were in the works for AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) to buy the U.S. branch of this struggling wireless carrier from its parent company, Deutsche Telekom. In December, AT&T cancelled those plans after the Justice Department sued to block the acquisition, saying the deal would “substantially lessen competition” in the industry. It appears that Deutsche Telekom is is now stuck with what is increasingly becoming the black sheep of the big four U.S. carriers. T-Mobile’s 4G network in the U.S. lags the other three carriers, and customer satisfaction is tied with AT&T mobility as the worst among wireless carriers, according to the ACSI. T-Mobile also rated as one of the worst in customer service according to MSN/Zogby’s annual poll. T-Mobile plans to improve its position through a marriage with smaller wireless company MetroPCS. It also plans to finally offer its customers the iconic iPhone. The fact of the matter is that these changes may be too little, too late. The company had an extraordinary net loss of 1,558,000 subscribers in the first three quarters of last year, out of the roughly 33 million it had at the end of 2011. During the same time, AT&T and Verizon Wireless continued to gain customers
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