John Legere announced last year that he planned to resign as T-Mobile's CEO once the company's merger with Sprint was complete, and he officially handed off CEO duties to Mike Sievert earlier this month. Legere planned to remain on T-Mobile's board of directors until June 4th, but that timeline has apparently been cut short. Read More
When you hear the word T-Mobile, several things probably come to mind: a retina-melting shade of fluorescent pink, industry-bucking "uncarrier" campaigns spanning the greater half of this decade, and the incessant, enthusiastic tweets of Chief Executive extraordinaire, John Legere. Well, you can soon scratch that last one off your list. Per an announcement made by Legere himself, the spirited face of T-Mobile plans to step down from his CEO position in just six short months. Read More
T-Mobile likes to do stuff to make other carriers look bad, then John Legere likes to talk about how it makes the other carriers look bad. I like this. In fact, if T-Mobile's coverage wasn't so awful, I might even switch. Today, the company launched another thing to make other carriers look bad, called "SCORE!" This new program aims to help users save money on new phones, because everyone hates to pay full price.
Basically, T-Mo customers can pay $5 a month to join SCORE!. After six months, they're eligible to get a free entry-level smartphone, like the Alcatel ONETOUCH Evolve 2 (that name lol). Read More