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CEO John Legere signaled no interest in Sprint and Softbank’s offer


United States’ fourth largest carrier, T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere has said in the press event at CES that the company is on the way to position for long life as an independent company.

t-mobile-glass-buildingThere were the rumors surfaced regarding the acquisition of T-Mobile by Japan’s Softbank owned US’ Sprint carrier and the T-Mobile CEO never revealed anything related to the speculations before, but during the Q&A session of the CES 2014 event’s press conference, John Legere revealed his intentions regarding the company’s future.

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T-Mobile also announced an important deal with US’ largest carrier Verizon Wireless, which will hep the company to gain lower spectrum owned by Verizon Wireless by swapping its higher frequency spectrum.


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