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AT&T Says T-Mobile Will Keep Its Pricing Structure

After the news broke regarding AT&T’s purchase of T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion dollars, many T-Mobile customers were concerned regarding T-Mobile’s current pricing and what will happen when and if AT&T does get to go through with this merger. T-Mobile is known for their cheaper plans and great services such as Wi-Fi Hotspot, tethering, and Wi-Fi calling and many of us were concerned if these prices and services would still exist in the future.

Luckily, our friends over at IntoMobile, were able to speak with President and CEO of AT&T Mobility, Ralph de la Vega, at CTIA 2011. Mr. Vega told IntoMobile that T-Mobile will keep its current price structure. What that means exactly is unclear at this moment, but there are some speculations. AT&T could take on T-Mobile’s pricing structure in the future as their own, or AT&T could be keeping T-Mobile as its own entity. Right now though it is unclear on how all of this will work out. However, we will be following the AT&T/T-Mobile news very closely and as soon as we have more information we will share it and keep you updated.

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  1. i have been part of 3 mergers and trust me eveything always changes. they always say oh we will not be changing this or that and once eal is done 6 months after thats when u see them implementing new changes. come one they are spending 39 billion they have to recoup that money from somehwere.

  2. They will say whatever they want until they take control. Then screw everyone at contract renewal time.

  3. WTF else would he say?.. “nah, were going to jack prices up to att ridiculous standards, then seriously cap consumers data” everyone knows tmo has better pricing especially for fam’s but think of it this way, why would att compete against itself on pricing? If I was an existing att customer and a better rate was offered by my carrier I would request the better deal or walk.. Leads me to believe that we can kiss tmo plans and pricing goodbye..

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