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Response to cstanleytech (Reply #5)

Tue Jun 11, 2019, 10:59 PM

7. I suppose

there are carriers that use the networks of the major carriers, but I've heard that calls from those carriers take a back seat to the majors when the call volume is high. I won't get on to Verizon ever again, they screwed me worse than T-Mobile, that leaves pretty much one major carrier left. I had AT&T many years ago, and quit them for Verizon because of coverage issues, and they have probably fixed that.

At some point in the near future, 5G will be a viable option, and I'd like to hook up to that. At home, I have cable Internet which is plenty fast, but on the road, I use my smartphone as a hotspot for my laptop, and would be delighted to have the speeds that 5G promises. But, I'm in no rush, and I hope that if this merger goes through, it will take awhile to implement, and if it doesn't, I'll stay where I am for the time being.

Do you have any specific recommendations on what I should consider?

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