AT&T posturing for the future...

in General Discussion edited January 2014
AT&T Inc. said Friday (8th) it will buy the assets of Verizon Wireless in 79 mainly rural areas for $2.35 billion, a deal that will affect more than 1 million subscribers.

Verizon Wireless was forced to sell the service areas, which are spread over 18 states, to satisfy regulatory conditions of its purchase of Alltel Corp. - Associated Press.

One step forward and two steps back for Verizon? A lot of $$$ for rural area "customers". What is really going on here? Just a thought. What are yours?


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    My fatherinlaw will be happy!

    He hasn't been able to get an iPhone in ND, because ATT doesn't serve the area (They have roaming agreements, but not as a primary provider.) Looks like that's going to change.
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    addaboxaddabox Posts: 12,660member
    Just by the by, I think the word you're looking for in the thread title is "positioning."

    "Posturing" would mean something along the lines of AT&T making empty gestures or pulling PR stunts of little value.

    Unless, of course, that's actually what you mean, but I don't get that impression from the post.
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