I have no problem telling you an example of abusive use, Legere says.
Lots of good questions from people asking about existing TMO plan holders...true, true! What happens to them?
Last question: Progress of LTE roll out and MetroPCS deal?
T-Mobile is aggressively rolling out LTE in all our markets, according to the networking executive (I didn't catch his name).
Once MetroPCS gets folded in, they'll start thinking about how to use both spectrum.
There's a lot more cell sites on air. Want to make sure the experience is where it will be before it will be accessible to customers.
Legere: Everything we're doing today is T-Mobile.
Legere: This is about us deploying our network. Believes it will address MetroPCS's flagging subscriber base.
I've also heard that TMO will make improvements to its existing GSM network to enable greater range and indoor penetration.
Legere: MetroPCS will cover 225M pops when we merge.
Legere: Network quality for MetroPCS customers will be better after the merger.
That merger takes T-Mobile to an entirely different game, he says.
The savings from closing the MetroPCS network and moving people over to T-Mobile are astronomical, he says.
Legere is wrapping things up.
Legere extends an invitation to try out the phones.
The front screen falls, and there are multiple booths showing off phones.
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