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Wrong forum. Perhaps in news.

 

But thanks for submitting. I had not seen this.

 

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In an exclusive interview with Mobile World Live, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has defended the US operator’s decision to begin offering the iPhone in a bid to attract new customers despite the risk of the heavy subsidies it must pay to Apple eating into its revenue. Elsewhere in the interview, which was conducted at last month’s Mobile World Congress, Hesse also updated on Sprint’s LTE rollout and shared his thoughts on future consolidation in the US mobile market following the collapse of the AT&T/T-Mobile USA merger.
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Thanks for the dan interview link but I think what he said in the interview was nothing new but still great to hear that he reaffirms his estimates for network vision completion.

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Thanks for the dan interview link but I think what he said in the interview was nothing new but still great to hear that he reaffirms his estimates for network vision completion.

 

I agree nothing new but there tons of noobs that dont know.

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I like just hearing from him. Feel his body language and the way he words things. You can read all you want, but to have a sense from the boss man him self, tells a lot. From what I got, things are not as stressful over at Sprint as one may of thought. There is a plan from the start and all is going as planed. Now if the plan is the same as what we think? idk. I just wish the question of will there be a new phone with a keyboard was in there... lol

 

Thanks for the link.

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