Should AT&T Be Able to Buy T-Mobile? The FCC Wants Your Opinion

SamsungGalaxyS4GwithGirlinPink.jpgThe FCC wants your comments about the AT&T and T-Mobile merger.  You can also view what others have posted online.  A vast majority of the comments are negative, showing concerns that AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile cuts out competition and gives AT&T too much power.

To view FCC comments, type in 11-65 into the proceeding number search box or click this.

If you'd like to leave a comment, you can click here and select proceeding number 11-65.

Readers are welcome to post your comments here too.  Curently, T-Mobile has the hottest smartphones around, with somewhat lower prices.  The T-Mobile G2x has received two Editors' Choice awards.Other smartphones that use the T-Mobile 4G network include the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, T-Mobile myTouch 4G and the T-Mobile G2.  Many of these super fast smartphones appear in our Top Ten Best Android an' Droid Phones Now an' Later.

Here's one comment that shows the types of comments that are posted:

"This merger will harm consumers.  History has shown AT&T's inability to properly run their network to meet consumer demand. Instead of investing in upgrades to meet demand, AT&T chose the cheaper, anti-consumer route by imposing caps, punitive overages and other forms of intentional service degradation which essentially discourages use of the internet.

Allowing AT&T and Verizon to control 70-80% of the mobile market would be horrible for consumers because there would be fewer carrier choices and less incentive for remaining carriers to invest in upgrades. How come AT&T is being allowed to rebuild their 1980's monopoly?"