The vast majority of customers also will be allowed to keep their existing rates and service plans and wont be required to begin a new contract, said an AT&T news release quoted Fridayin the Herald.
Currently, I have unlimited Internet on my Alltel account. Everyone Ive talked to says AT&T does not have that same plan available, and so far, AT&T has not addressed that issue at all.
At best, it seems rather vague on the subject. If the government is forcing Verizon to sell off some of its assets, it also should force AT&T to allow us to keep our current plans. But that would be beneficial to individual citizens, and sadly, that is not what our government and our country seem to be interested in doing these days.
Between telling us what phone to use, what light bulb to use, what color to paint our houses and what kind of car to drive, Id like to think that at least some people are waking up to the fact that our freedoms are being stripped from us at an alarming rate.
Evan Strauss, Bayfield