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T-Mobile CEO John Legere to leave company in May, names Mike Sievert as his successor

T-Mobile CEO John Legere to leave company in May, names Mike Sievert as his successor

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.

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FCC commissioner calls to halt Sprint/T-Mobile merger pending Sprint Lifeline investigation

FCC commissioner calls to halt Sprint/T-Mobile merger pending Sprint Lifeline investigation

The Sprint/T-Mobile merger has been riddled with obstacles since the official announcement was made in April. From back and forth discussions dating all the way to 2017, to the DOJ's antitrust division pushing back on the original proposal, to regulators demanding the companies spin off into a fourth carrier, this week adds one more barrier between the two joining forces, and Sprint is the one to blame.

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[Update: Pilot program first-hand account] T-Mobile wants to fix rural America's lack of ISP competition with 5G-backed wireless broadband

[Update: Pilot program first-hand account] T-Mobile wants to fix rural America's lack of ISP competition with 5G-backed wireless broadband

Today T-Mobile has announced plans to "un-carrier" the home broadband market, launching its own service that aims to provide speeds over 100Mbps to 90% of the US population. T-Mobile's wireless home ISP will eventually be powered by the company's upcoming 5G network, but in the meantime it's revealing a 4G pilot program to test the idea out.

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