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T-Mobile customers will have to replace their Phones after AT&T merger

T-Mobile customers will have to replace their Phones after AT&T merger

Yesterday's bombshell that AT&T would be buying T-Mobile USA for $39 Billion in cash and stock send shockwaves all over the industry yesterday, but today, the aftershocks have just as much resonance. AT&T representatives have casually mentioned that T-Mobile customers will have to replace their 3G phones once the merger is approved. The mandatory upgrade is due to the fact that AT&T will be spending over $8 billion to convert T-Mobile's entire network of 3G towers to 4G, rendering T-Mobile customers 3G phones obsolete sooner or later.

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HTC ThunderBolt Hands-On

HTC ThunderBolt Hands-On

Even though it's lacking a dual-core processor, the HTC ThunderBolt is still an impressive device. Combining striking looks with some great hardware and Verizon's 4G LTE network connectivity, the ThunderBolt is going to be the ultimate flagship device for Verizon in early 2011.

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Verizon 4G plans for 2011 Detailed

Verizon 4G plans for 2011 Detailed

Along with the other announcements, Verizon has just detailed the company's 4G plans for 2011. As Verizon is pushing big into the 4G marking for the coming year, their pricing is set to be very competitive and we have a full rundown of the upcoming service after the break.

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