T-Mobile CEO resolves to transform industry in 2014
T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere, has taken to Twitter again vowing that T-Mobile’s transformation is far from over. In the picture above you see Legere’s handwritten resolutions from 2013 and the new resolutions for 2014. However, there is a shift in title from “Shake up the wireless industry” to “Transform the wireless industry”, which include 5 topics:
- Continue to remove customer pain points
- 4G LTE – go faster, go LOUD
- Un-shackle the family from those other guys
- Make waves at CES 2014
- Give AT&T a break… or not
Certainly my favorite is the last one, even if you’re not a customer of either one, it is still entertaining to see T-Mobile and AT&T battle it out. The most recent battle between the two is currently going on as we speak, where AT&T is offering T-Mobile customers up to $450 per line to switch carriers.
T-Mobile was certainly on fire in 2013 by “Shaking” things up in the wireless industry with their no contract plans and lower prices. Hopefully, we will see more transformations that will keep customers happy and change the way other providers do business! Let us know what you think!
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