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'Stop the bullshit' in wireless pricing says T-Mobile CEO John Legere

TheVerge - John Legere kicked off T-Mobile's event in New York City today with an unrelenting tirade against the carrier's competitors. "Stop the bullshit," the CEO said, referring to the traditional subsidy model being pushed by Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. "Carriers are really nice to you... once every 23 months," teased Legere, in a no-nonsense presentation even more aggressive than his speech at CES earlier this year.

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ArmrdChaos4034d ago (Edited 4034d ago )

Oil, Pharmaceuticals, and Communications...the three vilest and unhindered types of corporations in the world.

fatstarr4033d ago

it gets even worse when you understand that a majority of the companies in that field are all tax dodgers and the companies have 100's of millions of dollars un taxed just sitting offshore never to be used.

your face when the top companies pay 0-3% tax on revenue.

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Why o why4033d ago

sorry mate

insurance industry is the worst of the worst

kingPoS4034d ago

We need another CEO/s to follow his example.

Obamanationn4034d ago

this is funny , rumor there going to sell the GS4 for $99 :O

fatstarr4033d ago

if that were the case. they would take over to #1 in less than 2 months.

Gondee4033d ago

Hes trying to bring attention to T-Mobile and their new plans. While I probably wont be switching (AT&T has my ass locked down :/ ) Im really hoping it drives others to change their policies...

iNFAMOUZ14033d ago

he doesnt need to bring attention to tmobile and the plans, if people were smart they would have known about t mobile and their fabulous plans a long time ago.

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Man makes $25 million illegally unlocking T-Mobile phones

The former T-Mobile store owner could spend decades in prison.

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T-Mobile is now selling your app usage data to advertisers

iOS users are unaffected (for now).

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T-Mobile is bringing back unlimited Google Photos storage

The new $15 dollar Google One subscription is exclusively available for T-Mobile customers.

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