AT&T recently announced a deal to purchase T-Mobile for $39 billion. The acquisition will eliminate a large competitor in the wireless provider market, limiting consumer's choice in provider and service plans. Worst of all, AT&T, the worst rated of the wireless providers, will take over and eliminate T-Mobile, the highest rated in customer satisfaction and service. We as consumers want to be able to choose a provider with high satisfaction ratings, low rates, and high quality wireless service. This acquisition will allow AT&T to move towards monopolizing the wireless service industry at the expense of consumers. The only way to prevent this is for the FCC to not approve this deal. Please act now to keep an option of excellent quality and service in the wireless provider industry.
We the undersigned are concerned about the recently announced acquisition of T-Mobile by AT&T. As consumers we want a choice in who provides our wireless service. We want that choice to include companies with high quality service and customer satisfaction.
AT&T is rated as one of the worst wireless providers in customer satisfaction. T-mobile is rated highest. Allowing AT&T to acquire T-Mobile will 1) severely decrease the overall quality of the wireless provider industry, 2) limit consumer choice to only 3 main providers (AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint), 3) allow AT&T to move closer to monopolizing the wireless industry, and 4) decrease competition in the wireless service industry.
This acquisition allow AT&T to gain considerable market control at the cost of consumers. We ask that you protect our choice and do not approve AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile.
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