Tag Archives: John Legere

T-Mobile will donate up to 5 million meals to Feeding America for Giving Tuesday

Last year, T-Mobile participated in Giving Tuesday by donating to Feeding America and helping to provide meals for those that need them. This year T-Mo has decided to partner with Feeding America once again. Starting next Tuesday, December 3rd, T-Mobile will have ways that customers, employees, and everyone else can help donate to Feeding America. T-Mo’s goal for this season is to donate 5 million meals to communities in need. T-Mobile customers can donate up … [read full article]

John Legere stepping down from T-Mobile CEO position in 2020, Mike Sievert named as successor

A little more than seven years after joining T-Mobile, John Legere has announced that he’s leaving the company in the near future. Legere will exit his position as T-Mobile CEO on April 30, 2020. Starting May 1, 2020, Mike Sievert will be T-Mo’s President and CEO. John Legere will┬áremain a member of the board at T-Mobile. The T-Mobile board of directors, Legere included, has been involved in a multi-year leadership succession process and ultimately chose … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s John Legere not expected to become new WeWork CEO

At the start of the week, a new report claimed that WeWork was in talks with T-Mobile’s John Legere to become its new CEO. Now at the end of the week, we’ve got a resolution to that situation. Legere will not become the new CEO of WeWork. That’s according to sources speaking to CNBC, who say that the T-Mo CEO has taken himself out of the running for the position. WeWork is reportedly still considering “a … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO John Legere reportedly being eyed by WeWork as its new leader

John Legere is well-known for helping to make T-Mobile into a more competitive carrier in the U.S. market, and now a new report says that another company is eyeing Legere to help it turn things around. WeWork parent company We Co. is in talks with John Legere to become its new CEO. That’s according to sources speaking to the Wall Street Journal, who say that We Co. is hoping to get a new CEO to join … [read full article]

John Legere teases New T-Mobile Un-carrier 1.0 announcement for November 7th

Clear your calendar for November 7th, because T-Mobile’s got something planned. T-Mobile CEO John Legere today revealed that a new Un-carrier announcement is coming on November 7th. Legere teased that this will be the first Un-carrier move for the new T-Mobile. “That’s right, New T-Mobile, Un-carrier 1.0, November 7th. Stay tuned,” Legere said during T-Mo’s Q3 2019 earnings call. “We’ve spent the better part of the last seven years changing wireless for good, and with the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pixel 4 teased by John Legere

The Pixel 4 appears to have been confirmed for T-Mobile ahead of tomorrow’s announcement, and the source is one you may not have expected: T-Mo’s own CEO. T-Mobile CEO John Legere teased the Pixel 4 during yesterday’s Slow Cooker Sunday broadcast. In two images posted to Twitter advertising the cooking show, we can see several Pixel 4 phones hanging out on Legere’s counters, and there are Pixel 4s littered throughout the actual Slow Cooker Sunday broadcast … [read full article]

T-Mobile strikes new green energy deals, moves closer to goal of 100% renewable energy by 2021

T-Mobile announced at the start of 2018 that it planned to move to 100 percent renewable energy by 2021, and today T-Mo gave us an update on that initiative. T-Mobile says that thanks to a couple of recent moves, it’s now reached 95 percent of its commitment to use 100 percent renewable energy by 2021. First up, T-Mo wind farm partner ENGIE US Wind has turned on its Solomon Forks Wind Project, adding 650,000MWh of energy … [read full article]

T-Mobile launches ‘verHIDEzon’ campaign to poke fun at Verizon’s 5G rollout

T-Mobile has decided to poke some fun at Verizon and its 5G rollout. T-Mo launched “verHIDEzon” this week, complete with a website, Twitter profile, and real-life advertising campaign aimed at Verizon and its decisions to charge extra for 5G access and not publish 5G coverage maps. “Verizon’s been talking a big game about 5G, charging more for it and not even giving customers a map to find it,” said T-Mobile CEO John Legere. The Twitter account … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s amped up Test Drive lets you try out the network for 30 days

It feels like it’s been a little while since T-Mobile made a new Un-carrier announcement, but that’s exactly what it’s giving us today. T-Mobile is amping up its Un-carrier 5.0 move with an updated Test Drive. Starting today, anyone on a different carrier can sign up to receive a free Coolpad Surf mobile hotspot that they can to try out T-Mobile’s network for up to 30 days or 30GB of data usage. Once you’re done … [read full article]

Justice Department officially approves T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger

There’s been a lot of back and forth lately about whether the Justice Department would approve the T-Mobile and Sprint merger, but today we finally got a decision. Today the Justice Department officially announced that it is approving T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger following an agreement between T-Mo, Sprint, and Dish Network. This agreement is meant to position Dish as the fourth competitive U.S. carrier, taking Sprint’s place. As part of the agreement, Dish will purchase all … [read full article]