>> Yes, the cell phone contracts generally allow companies to assign
>>> contracts to third parties. Read your original contract.
The OP replied,
> I expected this type of answer. And I'm sure _you_ read through your
>> entire contract letter-by-letter, yes?
Robert Bonomi said,
If you do not do it, you have only yourself to blame when something in
> it bites you 'unexpectedly'.
to which the other Steve said,
> I know AT&T had the right to transfer the contract when purchased by
>> Cingular. What I don't like is the regulatory issue that then forced
>> Cingular to divest to some "third party" (in this case, Alltel). What
>> I am expecting is for them to at least continue the options I've had >> with AT&T.
a) Someone *complaining* about the DoJ forcing competition? We know the FCC won't do it, it's a good thing that at least Justice tries not to allow the companies to grow so big that their growth stifles competition. Give me a break.
b) Exactly what options do you not have with Alltel that you had with AT&T?
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