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Topic - Troy Edwards
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.
Hines Ward has been the focal point of the Pittsburgh Steelers' offense for so long, it almost seems as if he goes back to the days of Terry Bradshaw and Franco Harris.
Mr. Edwards noted that an estimated 1 million users of Apple Inc.'s iPhone are on the T-Mobile network, even though that firm doesn't sell the product.
Those iPhone users, Mr. Edwards added, are getting 2G wireless service from T-Mobile, yet they've come over.