Neville Ray: To hold his first Reddit AMA


T-Mobile US Inc.’s President of Technology, Neville Ray, will be holding his first Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything).

He will be there to answer all your 5G network and tech-related questions. If you are interested in joining the event, visit the website on Monday, December 13th at 1 pm PT. 



Source: Twitter

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  • Sharti24

    Ok i’ll go first. Why are you sending your calls overseas to the Philippines during regular business hours? I called 6x today and every time someone from PI answered. I just hangup on them and try again with no luck. Post-paid customers should not be sent overseas…they’re not “experts”

    • Mike Thaler

      Because they just announced they would be paying them $20 if U.S. based employees.
      I doubt they are paid even $8/hour.

  • Glenn Gore

    Another question: Why are there only a couple of mid-band 5G sites between I-25 and I-29/35 east-west and from I-40 to the Canadian border north-south in the US? It may not be the most populous area of the country but there is a lot of east-west cross country traffic on I-40, 70, 80, 90, and 94 as well as all the US and state highways, and T-Mobile always brags about having the “most interstate miles covered” of all carriers. Interstate miles are good, but there are lots of other highways that should be covered as well, and they are covered by other carriers. Some carry more traffic than the interstates.