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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Chris Hillabrant
While federal regulators and courts weigh the pluses and minuses of a proposed merger with AT&T, the onetime "landline" wired long-distance titan, the folks at T-Mobile have a message for you: Take our smartphones, please.
"There's no better time to come to T-Mobile," Mr. Hillabrant said the other evening when we met in downtown Silver Spring.
If it's approved, Mr. Hillabrant said, current customers' contracts will be "grandfathered in," meaning they won't be switched to different, or higher-priced, AT&T Wireless plans overnight.