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Sprint chairman vows to fix Sprint’s ‘horrible’ 4G network

12
Mar
2014

Sprint chairman Masayoshi Son is a man and every man wants to be No. 1, not No. 2 or No. 3. That said, Son is smart enough to know that Sprint’s own 4G network is currently a No. 4 when it comes to mobile data speeds, which is something he’s vowing to fix if he’s allowed to merge Sprint with T-Mobile. In an interview with Re/code’s Walt Mossberg, Son acknowledges that “of course, Sprint is horrible” but also says that wireless networks throughout the United States are similarly “horrible.” “Every time I come here from Japan, I say, ‘Oh my God, the same iPhone, the same iPad, does not function the way it should be,” said Son, who went on to

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