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T-Mobile is a wireless network operator that sells data and wireless services to its customers. They say their coverage reaches 98% of Americans.
All about T-Mobile
T-Mobile provides wireless and data plans to its customers across the world. Its services are said to reach 98% of all Americans!
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The history of T-Mobile
T-Mobile was founded in Bonn, Germany, in 1990. With 36,000 employees, they serve customers in Europe, the U.S., and a few U.S. territories. The U.S. verison of the store has a history dating back to 1985, but the name T-Mobile first appeared in 2002.
There are many T-Mobile stores across the nation, so you'll almost cerintaly be able get started using their services in your hometown. Use the T-Mobile store locater to find one that's near to you!
The store's headquarters are in Germany, and T-Mobile operates in 12 European countries, the US, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands making it one of the largest mobile phone providers.
T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere is infamous for his scandalous behavior.
John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, isn’t exactly what you’d expect from a CEO. His attention-grabbing antics might be considered either amusing or annoying, but one thing’s for certain – they seem to be helping T-Mobile gain customers.
Legere’s favorite targets include AT&T and Verizon. He recently tried to gatecrash an AT&T party wearing a T-Mobile shirt, and was unsurprisingly denied entry. Afterwards, Legere claimed he was only there to hear rapper Macklemore perform at the event.
He’s also hugely active on Twitter, taking any chance to throw in an insult to his competitors. When asked how to pronounce his last name, Legere responded, ““I know there’s been some questions about it, it’s pronounced “Ledger”- as in @ATT is about to jump off the ledge…r ;)”
You can see his quirky personality on show on T-Mobile’s YouTube channel, where he occasionally appears in videos.