AT&T, T-Mobile announced the first responder and education commitments marketing ‘stunts’ – CNET

AT&T, T-Mobile announced the first responder and education commitments marketing ‘stunts’ – CNET

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At&T responds to T-Mobile Un-carrier event on Thursday.


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T-Mobile took some shots at AT&T and Verizon on Thursday while you cheer on the “new T – Mobile Un-carrier” event and now AT&T. In a statement to CNET, AT&T speaker T-Mobile called the latest commitments for first responders and education as a “marketing stunt.”

“We have a deep and real commitment from helpers and use of technology in education, no marketing stunts enrich dependent always something approved,” the AT&T spokesman said. “If you think it is important to provide free access to these communities, they would do it today, without conditions or questions.”

On Thursday, T-Mobile announced a variety of new initiatives-including its free service to 10 years for first responders, a new $15-per-month 5G plan, free home internet for 10 million households for five years-in an attempt, to try, of its outstanding $26.5 billion merger with Sprint over the finish line.

While approval by the Federal Communications Commission and Department of Justice, 16 attorneys General, led by New York and California to block sue, the a lot of concerns that it is anti-competitive and leads to higher prices for consumers.

the announcement from T-Mobile made it clear that it is the needs of the Sprint offer to the programs he announced.

“Everything we announced today, is subject to the massive expansion of the capacity, said of the new T-Mobile,” T-Mobile Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert in a call with reporters.

AT&T, which is called a special service for first responders, FirstNet, the emergency workers gives priority access to its 4G LTE network when you need it, also an exception is T-Mobile made concept.

“The communication needs of first responders are no pressure — you are an important life-saving tool,” the spokesman said. “FirstNet has been born in order to offer the reliability, efficiency, and accountability, the needs of the public safety community to carry out its life-saving missions. To think that you can turn to serve first responders in a marketing-Trick, T-Mobile shows how little you know about what is fought for the safety of the public.

“This is the reason why FirstNet is more than a service plan,” the spokesman continues. “It is a stable, dedicated platform to serve the special and the promotion of the first responders over the next 20 years or more.”

T-Mobile declined to comment.


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