John Legere’s second holiday video puts him in the kitchen

Last week, John Legere released his annual holiday video, and this year’s version showed him leading a Magenta chorus and throwing jabs at the other US carriers to the tune of popular Christmas songs. One holiday video wasn’t enough for Legere, though, because today he surprised us with another.

This new video shows John Legere in the kitchen with his beloved slow cooker as well as a bunch of pretty fancy-looking Un-carrier cookies. And this time around, the focus of the video is being thankful rather than knocking the competition. That includes things like T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network that covers 303 million people, T-Mo employees that helped Magenta to win a J.D. Power customer care award, beating out the other national carriers in a Consumer Reports survey, and the 28 million customers that’ve joined T-Mobile since Un-carrier 1.

Of course, it wouldn’t be like John Legere to not take a couple of shots at AT&T and Verizon. He shows off some cookies that show AT&T’s logo looking like the Death Star and Verizon’s new logo with a line through it, followed by calling Randall Stephenson (AT&T CEO) and Lowell McAdam (Verizon CEO) names that include several seconds’ worth of expletives.

This new video doesn’t have any memorable tunes that’ll get phrases like “Sprint like hell, Sprint like hell, they copy all the way” stuck in your head, but it’s nice for Legere to make a second video that focuses on the T-Mobile employees and customers that’ve helped to make the past couple of years so great for Team Magenta.

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  • Ascertion

    That batman apron is awesome.

  • Fabian Cortez

    Always entertaining.

  • Adam

    I wonder if Warner Brothers paid Legere to wear that apron to promote Dawn of Justice.

  • Android_God

    Oh for god sake why do you have the number to T-Mobile right below the TMO News banner? Can you possibly suck up to them more? You should immediately DROP news from your banner!

    • NEO2U

      Where have you been? The T-Mobile number has been there as far back as 04/2008 :)

      • Android_God

        Oh, oops. :D. My focus is always to scroll past that toe nail that is covered with some sort of green fungus which may explain how I have missed that number all these years. I’ll take your word for it that it’s been there that long.

    • Anthony S Jennings

      You are aware you’re on a site for all things T-Mobile, right?

      • Android_God

        You are aware that you’re on a NEWS site that ISN’T owned by T-Mobile, right?

        • Anthony S Jennings

          This isn’t a news site, despite its name. It’s a single-subject entertainment site for fans.

    • gmo8492

      Its been there since people would confuse this website for customer service. How is adding their phone number sucking up?

  • riverhorse

    Metrosexual Pinup Of The Year.