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T-Mobile CEO Responds to Backlash from BlackBerry to iPhone Upgrade Email

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Quite a few BlackBerry users have been reaming T-Mobile’s CEO on Twitter due to a recent email blast the company sent out. A few BlackBerry users reported getting an email from T-Mobile recommending that their BlackBerry users upgrade to an iPhone 5S. Team BlackBerry has been hammering CEO John Legere and he finally responded today:

BlackBerry users, I’m hearing you loud and clear. Let me work with the team and get back to you.

Should be interesting to see how this plays out…

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  1. Ignorance always back fires!

    • This is not ignorance. It’s just plain stupidity. It’s a clueless company telling their users what to do – toss out your BlackBerry, get an iPhone. Did Apple just acquire T-Mo? Quick, let me check!

  2. Ignorance is Bliss
    The lack of knowlege to a situation. Usually once the whole truth is revealed you realize you were happier being clueless.
    I hope they lose mass customers for this nonsense.

  3. It was a bad move on their part. Wonder what the genius who thought of it was thinking…

  4. apple is crap slow useless garbage

  5. First if all blackberry was always the worst device out there! Second T-Mobile probably saves a ton of money by not paying for a contract with RIM for BlackBerry service. Also not having to stock a BlackBerrys that obviously don’t sell anymore is a huge money saver.

    • You never owned any of better BlackBerry phones, have you.(Z10- Z30). Or are you afraid its better than your iPhonie.

  6. there’s more-

  7. sorry- the .png of my tweet was too big to post. I had asked about the Z30 and he replied TMO does not discuss products pre-release. He could tell me but then he’d have to kill me

  8. Did that give you the impression that he had something planned? I am getting the idea that T-Mobile essentially gave up on BlackBerry. I know they are pushing enterprise customers away from it which is a real shame

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