Thread regarding AT&T layoffs

How will att survive?

Their upcoming streaming service better be something, and not a flop like dtv now.

Disney+,Hulu, and espn+ bundle for 12.99. WOW just gave me 1 gig internet with free eero mesh system for $65 a month price locked for 2 years and installed next day on time to the appointment, and now Verizon is offering to pay off my remaining two devices and an unlimited plan with Disney+ included for almost half of what att is charging me.

Why would anyone stay an ATT customer

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More joke posts on here. Last 12 months for AT&T- record profits. Revenue 182 Billion, Profits 98 Billion. That's 13% increase over last year. Most profitable it's ever been.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-4xvr

I’d Be willing to bet that in 10 years AT&T will be gone. The Elliott’s and the Randall’s will have bled it dry by then. Anybody knows that once an investment group get involved that the company is finished. They just want the dividend and then get out and go on to the next victim.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-2xnu

Maybe AT&T depends on fools that would spend twice as much as Verizon charges. Are you posting because you just figured that out?

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-2lxz

My t mobile coverage is much better than att ever was for me.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-2rru

Read any of Jim Collins' books, especially "how the mighty fall". Death spiral.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-1psr

the mobility gravy train will be slowing up. more people are buying their phones unlock and just want the best big dumb pipe. they don't want any c-appy apps on their phones anymore and lock in to a carrier no matter what.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-1sun

They will bait and switch on any pricing just like they did with Directv now (AT&T Now). Promised early adopters a lock-in at 35/mo. Then went to 50/mo. Then 60/mo. Lol Cancelled.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-1pes

This ship isn’t sinking anytime soon. Streaming video, no matter how late we are to the game, is a churning business by nature. Free trials is what gets subscribers up. As I don’t necessarily agree with announcing a new streaming service now and telling people it won’t be available for another six months, it isn’t gonna k–l us or sink the ship if it flops. It won’t be the first or last. Remember our “home security service” LOL. That was a Sh$&7 show.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-1lqm

That must have been a long time ago. After randy and stanky gave t-mobile free spectrum their coverage is much better now.

Not hard to get a better deal than the employee discount. I got one with an MVNO on Verizon’s network. Great coverage. Why pay more?

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-tan

We were customers of T-mobile for a couple of years. We finally got sick of T-Mobile dead areas and went back to att.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-dih

Streaming videos is just one part of the business. We’ll be fine.

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Post ID: @121iOqjA-sbv

I’m an att employee who’s been with t-mobile for years. I pay less and get more than with employee discount lol. So sad.

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