World knows John Legere as the CEO of T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE:TMUS). He is someone who doesn’t miss out a single chance to hit at Sprint Corp (NYSE:S), but he also knows how to appreciate at times. Sprint’s mobile leasing program has got enough attention lately, and Legere is quite impressed with it. He says that this program is something he would like to think about seriously and execute, if not in the near future, then, in the long run.
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While giving an interview to a local publication, Legere said that there was no question of ruling out mobile leasing. It would be a hit in the future, and to him, it looked very appealing. T-Mobile has been trying hard to executing simplified pricing pattern in the business world. In order to talk about its plans, T-Mobile organized town to tout Uncarrier 9.0 recently. Legere was in the program to handle a press conference and to talk about company’s future plans.
Apart from the simplified payment plans, the company also wants to introduce device installment plans with pay off facility for those customers who want to switch over. Talking about Sprint’s trademark plan, he said that T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE:TMUS) would look to execute this plan in the future in one form or another. According to him, the competition in the wireless network has reached an all new level, and this program can be the need of the moment.
One of the Sprint Spokesmen said that the company was delighted to receive overwhelming response to its program. It has introduced quite a few devices lately and plans to continue doing same in the future as well. While talking to reporters, Sprint Spokesman said that the company was doing right and even competitors were taking a note of it. He ended the PC saying that it would continue focusing on serving customers in the best way possible.
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