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Treknologist #1

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Posted Jan 13 '14 @ 4:07 AM

Yahoo has posted a video of an interview they did with John Legere from T-Mobile.  This was after he got thrown out of the AT&T party.  You can check it out here:  http://www.yahoo.com...2839003078.html


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Posted Jan 13 '14 @ 2:57 PM

Part of me loves him, part of me thinks he's no more than a snake oil salesman telling us everything we ever hoped to hear about the mobile industry.


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Posted Jan 13 '14 @ 4:45 PM

Time will tell, I suppose but at least he is moving T-Mobile in the right direction. 


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Posted Jan 14 '14 @ 8:31 AM

Part of me loves him, part of me thinks he's no more than a snake oil salesman telling us everything we ever hoped to hear about the mobile industry.

 

I'm with you on this one. I really like what they are doing, but until they get that low band spectrum up and running, and they get it going here in my area's I still can't switch. But hopefully they get it going and I'll seriously consider switching. I'll be watching how all this stuff unfolds and works out of consumers. 


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Posted Jan 14 '14 @ 4:28 PM

 

Part of me loves him, part of me thinks he's no more than a snake oil salesman telling us everything we ever hoped to hear about the mobile industry.

 

I'm with you on this one. I really like what they are doing, but until they get that low band spectrum up and running, and they get it going here in my area's I still can't switch. But hopefully they get it going and I'll seriously consider switching. I'll be watching how all this stuff unfolds and works out of consumers. 

 

 

I live next to the capital of the fucking free world and T-Mobile coverage is downright disgraceful and laughable.  Just like you, until that happens--until they have a product (i.e. coverage) to sell to a wider user base--this stuff is all hubbub. 


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Posted Jan 14 '14 @ 6:30 PM

We'll have to see what happens when they start using the new bands they are buying from Verizon.  That, hopefully, improves coverage in rural areas and helps with signal penetration in buildings. 


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Posted Sep 9 '15 @ 10:06 PM



We'll have to see what happens when they start using the new bands they are buying from Verizon.  That, hopefully, improves coverage in rural areas and helps with signal penetration in buildings. 

I'm with you on this one. Looking forward to ...


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Posted Jan 5 '16 @ 9:40 AM

i virizon is the solution for some mobile?