Sprint And T-Mobile CEOs Fight On Twitter

Posted: Jul 4 2015, 7:04am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 4 2015, 7:53am CDT, in Technology News


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Sprint and T-Mobile CEOs Fight on Twitter
Marcelo Claure and John Legere Twitter

Sprint’s boss Marcelo Claure and T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere are engaged in an angry Twitter dispute nowadays about specifics. Claure has said that Legere is dealing in “bovine excrement”.

Sprint just shouted it out from the rooftops that it will offer a smart phone with nonstop sms facility, free calls and info at the dirtcheap rate of merely $80 per month. And David Beckham is about to appear in the novel commercial for the company.

This clever scheme seems to have attracted comments from John Legere of T-Mobile who has said on Twitter that after swinging the bat, Sprint took a miss. Legere seems to have an attitude problem when it comes to other companies. He just believes in his own corporation as being #1.

However, he has managed to raise the hackles of the head of Sprint, Marcelo Claure. Claure immediately responded to what he perceived to be an insult by redoubling the aggro.

He tweeted back that he was sick and tired of the Uncarrier B.S. and that T-Mobile was worse off than the others within its league. He said that T-Mobile was a big fat fake and that its version of services was more of a joke that fell flat on its face.

Claure also shouted the words that T-Mobile execs say one thing and then do another which was truly pathetic. Both Sprint and T-Mobile have introduced new packages that are both lucrative and offer reasonable advantages as compared to their previous services.

Their amenities are meant to lure consumers away from other carriers. Meanwhile, Legere is just getting started. He tweeted back after receiving Claure’s message with the sentence that “isn’t it cute that he is responding to my words.” Legere said that this is exactly how he wanted to put Claure into a state of distress.

Sources: Marcelo Claure Twitter , John Legere Twitter

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