Net Neutrality Lawsuit with State of California

  • 3 October 2018
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Hi t mobile. Please widthdraw your company from the California lawsuit over net neutrality. I feel that the people of California do not want your influence in dictating internet use. If you continue to fight this lawsuit you are doing irreparable damage to your marketable image.

We feel that your minority business interest as indicated by your participation in this lawsuit makes you at odds with the vast population of California.  Currently there is no alternative wireless providers that are not siding with this lawsuit but if one becomes available be sure I will cease business with your company and use theirs.

Alternatively if you were to side with the people of California and withdraw you would make quite a number of loyal customers.

Nick


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kopecn wrote:

Hi t mobile. Please widthdraw your company from the California lawsuit over net neutrality. I feel that the people of California do not want your influence in dictating internet use. If you continue to fight this lawsuit you are doing irreparable damage to your marketable image.

We feel that your minority business interest as indicated by your participation in this lawsuit makes you at odds with the vast population of California. Currently there is no alternative wireless providers that are not siding with this lawsuit but if one becomes available be sure I will cease business with your company and use theirs.

Alternatively if you were to side with the people of California and withdraw you would make quite a number of loyal customers.

Nick

I support this, thanks Nick for bringing this in light.

I, too, support this.

I will soon be switching to CREDO Mobile because of this decision by T-Mobile to immediately join in suing the State of California over its new law on net neutrality.

A recent survey conducted by the University of Maryland's Program for Public Consultation and Voice of the People found that 86 percent of Americans do not approve of the FCC's action on net neutrality. 86 percent! So we who are posting here on this issue are far from alone and T-Mobile should consider just who it is that is paying their bills and what things those people believe in.

http://www.publicconsultation.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Net_Neutrality_Quaire_121217.pdf

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