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    T-Mobile CEO marks progress in decommissioning Sprint n

    T-Mobile is less than two and a half years into the completion of its merger with Sprint, and it’s substantially decommissioned the entire Sprint network, a goal that was supposed to have been achieved about a year from now and one that it recently indicated it would wrap up this quarter.

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    I'm actually surprised at the churn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    I'm actually surprised at the churn.

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    Yeah, they seem to be doing really well at retaining Sprint customers. They said they had a lot of experience with their MetroPCS acquisition and it seems their strategy is paying off.


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