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Al Franken Questions AT&T and T-Mobile Merger

May 14, 2011

t mobile phones, at&t phones, cell phone plans, congress, senate, prepaid phones, al frankin, merger, tmobile phones, prepaid cell phones, t-mobile g2, tmobile g2, at&t cell phones, htc t mobile, t mobile htc, t mobile prepaid, tmobile prepaid, tmobile htc, htc tmobile, mobile security, security mobile, t mobile plans, cell phone reviews, t mobile internet, compare phones, t-mobile android, get cell phones, phone security, security phone, t mobile coverage, tmobile.nl, t-mobile email, t mobile settings, t mobile login, t mobile orange, t mobile and orange, tmobile ringtones, al franken, pay as you go cell phones, t mobile ringtones, prepaid cell phone plans, t mobile upgrades, tmobile upgrades, galaxy s tmobile, t mobile upgrade, tmobile prepaid phones, t mobile account, t-mobile vairy touch, top up t mobile, top up tmobile, call blocking, tmobile coverage, tmobile login, fido phonesU.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) continued his battle for consumer rights amid a proposed big-league wireless carrier merger in a Senate hearing Wednesday.

After hearing testimony from representatives of wireless communications giants AT&T and T-Mobile regarding their pending merger, Franken expressed growing concern that the merger will hurt mobile consumers and would approach a Ma Bell-level monopoly.

For those of us old enough to remember Monopoly Wars we appreciate Franken's efforts, unfortunately it comes a little to late in the game for much of anything other then a bunch of whining and a waste of more tax dollars. The bottom line is that there is just too much on the docket for most of our Washington brothern to pay attention. It is a great cause but in the end it seems more like a last ditch effort to look good to his "supporters" despite a record of inaction and LITERALLY falling asleep on the job.

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