Un-carrier 8.0 to be announced tomorrow by T-Mobile

T-Mobile CEO John Legere will announce Un-carrier 8.0 tomorrow at 10:30am EST, during a live webcast on T-Mobile's website. Legere will be accompanied by former NY Times and current Yahoo tech reporter David Pogue, who will be hosting this "fireside chat". Whatever T-Mobile's new initiative is, the carrier says that "it is so big we had to keep it under wraps."...
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20. mike2959

Posts: 694; Member since: Oct 08, 2011

TMO'S actual footprint of coverage has increased by 5% in year's. It's seriously horrible.

24. Twisted247

Posts: 282; Member since: Oct 12, 2012

Also not true, your an idiot, they have experienced the largest network growth compared to what they had before to what they have now vs the other companies

26. iOSLMFAO

Posts: 290; Member since: Dec 15, 2014

Fascinating. They are still literally the worst carrier in the US, and that is a straight up fact. Also, before calling people idiots, learn2grammar. It's "you're", not "your".

35. Slammer

Posts: 1515; Member since: Jun 03, 2010

We need to clarify the position of T-Mobile's network growth. In metro areas, T-Mobile has done remarkably well in upgrading to a worthy signal for those that have continued as subscribers and for those in looking for great localized metropolitan coverage. As far as outside these areas, T-Mobile hasn't done much to captivate rural interest. I suspect Sprint and T-Mobile will refrain from focusing in these areas. Sprint has done well with partner roaming agreements to give its subs a wide scope of coverage in these areas at no extra cost. In defense to T-Mobile, financing the ability to construct a full coverage network for the low percentage of added subs return on investment, is not prudent. The majority of population hangs in the metropolitan and surrounding areas. If outside coverage is not necessary, T-Mobile is a viable choice. To expect wide land coverage vs the other big three, is misaligned optimism. John B.

28. GenericFanboy

Posts: 50; Member since: Sep 05, 2014

John Legere: "Not bad!"
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