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John Legere kicked off T-Mobile's event in New York City today with an unrelenting tirade against the carrier's competitors. "Stop the bull****," the CEO said, referring to the traditional subsidy model being pushed by Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. "Carriers are really nice to you... once every 23 months," teased Legere, in a no-nonsense presentation even more aggressive than his speech at CES earlier this year. "This is the biggest crock of **** I've ever heard in my entire life. Do you have any idea how much you're paying?" Legere blasted T-Mobile's competitors for locking mobile customers into two-year agreements

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They lack coverage here in my neck-of-the-woods

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i kinda agreed with t-mobile CEO. AT&T and Verizon are raping customers off with high monthly fees, high cost data plan with low allowance and locked with 2 years contract. If t-mobile has wide coverages, i might consider switching to t-mobile from AT&T.

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I'm assuming t-mobile USA is compeltely different from t-mobile UK/EE, because they're incredibly overpriced and **** over here.

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I'm assuming t-mobile USA is compeltely different from t-mobile UK/EE, because they're incredibly overpriced and **** over here.

I'm a T-mobile UK customer, and I find them to be mixed. I'm paying waaaay over the odds for my HTC One X with them, and I'll admit to that. I got suckered in with their unlimited internet deals and now pay far more than I need to. That said though, they've treated me well. I've found their coverage satisfactory (much better since the merger), and they knocked

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That's what I mean, they're more expensive than o2/giffgaff.

Three still seems like the best internet focused mobile provider, they've always had a bad rep though.

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