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T-Mobile CEO Says Subscriber Growth “Should Be Positive” By 2014

T-Mobile’s newly minted CEO John Legere  continues making the media rounds in Las Vegas as the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show winds down. During an interview yesterday, Legere expressed his belief that T-Mobile will end subscriber losses by next year. In fact, Legere says that subscriber numbers “should be positive” in 2014 with “incremental” growth by the fourth quarter of this year. “It won’t be linear, but it should be sustainable,” said Legere. … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO Delivers Colorful Remarks Regarding The Competition And His Company’s Future

T-Mobile’s new man in charge John Legere is quickly becoming a vastly different CEO than T-Mobile has had in recent memory. In fact, some of his remarks last night during his company’s keynote border on either amazingly refreshing or obscene depending on your point of view. I’m very much in the “his comments are incredibly refreshing camp.” To call Legere charismatic would be putting it mildly. To say he is the polar opposite … [read full article]

(Update) T-Mobile CEO John Legere Says 100,000 New iPhone Activations Every Month

Update: A brief point of clarification here, my wording of “new activations,” does not mean new subscribers, just customers activating the iPhone. No breakdown was provided between new and existing customers, but I’m betting the overwhelming majority are existing customers. I’m listening in on a live conference happening at the Citi Global Internet, Media and Telecommunications conference in Las Vegas right now where T-Mobile CEO John Legere just dropped some interesting stats … [read full article]

Poll Of The Day: Will You Buy An iPhone On T-Mobile?

After years of waiting, the iPhone looks to be all but a sure thing for T-Mobile sometime early next year. While T-Mobile nor Apple have confirmed which “Apple Products” will arrive on Magenta store shelves, T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere hinted at the worlds most “iconic device” landing soon. Which leads to our question and today’s poll is…will you buy an iPhone on T-Mobile? Now please, let’s not make this poll a “which … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO Hopes iPhone Will Stop Customer Losses In 2013

Speaking to reporters following T-Mobile’s Apple agreement announcement, CEO John Legere offered an incredibly lofty goal for 2013. Legere’s hope with the addition of the iPhone to T-Mobile’s lineup is that the company can stop the leaking customer faucet and help return the company to subscriber growth as early as 2013. “It is an aggressive target but we think it is possible,” said Legere. It’s an aggressive goal to be sure and a comment … [read full article]

The Best Of The Rest From Deutsche Telekom’s Investor Conference: LTE, Network Modernization, Customer Service

  Wow, what a day for T-Mobile, its employees, it’s customers and the promise for its future. Even with the iPhone and Value Plan announcements, there’s still more to cover from todays investor conference: Let’s talk LTE for a moment as T-Mobile’s CEO stated that coverage will expand to 100 million LTE pops for the first half of … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Hiring Of New Chief Marketing Officer

T-Mobile announced late yesterday the appointment of Michael Sievert as the company’s new Chief Marketing Officer, effective November 19th: “Mike is a unique creative genius, and his track record as a disruptive force in tech and telecom couldn’t be better suited to our plans to redefine wireless as America’s un-carrier,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile USA. “This is a critical and incredibly exciting time for T-Mobile as we race forward … [read full article]

T-Mobile Sends Letter To Customers Explaining MetroPCS Merger, Impact

In an unsurprising move, T-Mobile is getting the word out to their customers with a new letter describing the proposed merger with MetroPCS. The letter comes from T-Mobile’s new CEO, John Legere and includes an FAQ section hoping to address any general concerns customers might have. As a general letter, it’s more informational than anything else and doesn’t really go into too … [read full article]