Tag Archives: John Legere

John Legere gets his own unique Twitter emoji

John Legere is big on Twitter, using it to call out the other carriers, make announcements, and more. And now his heavy Twitter use is being rewarded. Twitter has given John Legere his own emoji, complete with a magenta t-shirt. You can activate the emoji for yourself by using the hashtag #TweetJohn before March 31. Legere himself plans to use it all week “to make the competition squirm.” 5/ @twitter gave me my own … [read full article]

T-Mobile Binge On adds YouTube and more as some changes are made for video providers

Today’s a big day for T-Mobile and Binge On, as more services are being added to the free streaming portion of Binge On, and there’s one in particular that’s a major add. YouTube is now included with free Binge On streaming, meaning that you can watch all of the videos on Google’s popular video streaming service (including John Legere’s announcement below) without touching your high-speed data allotment. [read full article]

Neville Ray and John Legere call out Verizon over 5G claims, touch on T-Mobile’s own 5G plans

Verizon recently teased its 5G plans, saying that it plans to begin trials this year with the plan of being the first with a 5G network in the US. T-Mobile hasn’t made any similar 5G announcements yet, but today it did call Verizon out on its claims. During T-Mobile’s Q4 2015 earnings call, CTO Neville Ray said that Verizon is looking to change the game and … [read full article]

John Legere hosted a Twitter Q&A to discuss Binge On, here’s what he said

As expected, John Legere took to Twitter this afternoon to answer some questions about Binge On. He ended up posting quick video responses to most of the questions that he answered, but some folks may not want to scroll through his Twitter feed and watch a bunch of videos, so I’ve included the questions and answers below. If you’d prefer to watch his answers yourself, you can … [read full article]

John Legere says Binge On throttling accusations are B.S. as T-Mobile adds 14 more free streaming options

There’s been a lot of noise lately about Binge On, with YouTube and the Electronic Frontier Foundation claiming that T-Mobile is throttling users with the feature. Well today T-Mobile CEO John Legere has responded to those claims with a new video. In his response, Legere says that there are groups that are trying to confuse customers … [read full article]