On Monday, I joined the millions who have ditched AT&T Wireless
A report Wednesday from the Associated Press says that service complaints and the new number portability provisions are responsible for as many as 150,000 customers leaving AT&T Wireless each month. For me, number portability was an issue; I wouldn't have even considered switching without our numbers in tow. But I have no service complaints. Nah, I switched because I tend to work all over, and T-Mobile was willing to bundle its wireless Internet service at a discount. AT&T wasn't. So, the next time I step into a Starbucks
Whatever the reasons, the rising defections can't be good for business, or for Cingular. A joint venture of BellSouth
Is it a coincidence that Verizon yesterday replacedAT&T
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Fool contributor Tim Beyers was an AT&T Wireless customer for six years. He likes AT&T Wireless, but, hey, he likes his Wi-Fi, too. Tim doesn't own shares in any companies mentioned. You can view his Fool profile here.