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T-Mobile CEO changes tune, says Sprint merger would help fight AT&T-Verizon duopoly

28
Jan
2014

When T-Mobile CEO John Legere first addressed rumors that Sprint and parent company SoftBank might make a play to acquire T-Mobile USA, he openly bashed Sprint and its network. But in a sign that such a deal may in fact be in the works, the outspoken CEO has softened his stance in recent days and stated on several occasions that a potential Sprint-T-Mobile merger has several upsides. In a recent interview with NPR, Legere said that a takeover by Sprint could be a good thing as long as he and his executive team are called upon to run the combined entity. Now, in a more recent chat with Bloomberg West picked up by FierceWireless, Legere not only sounded more open to

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