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T-Mobile CEO pens open letter to BlackBerry fans: ‘I’ll always fight for you’

The feud between struggling smartphone maker BlackBerry and scrappy wireless carrier T-Mobile is one that most people probably didn’t even know was taking place. And those who did know at one point have likely long since forgotten about it. If you’re one of the few people still tracking the ongoing fight, however, you were no doubt shocked when the ordeal came to a head earlier this week and BlackBerry decided to sever ties with the carrier, ending its long-standing agreement and preventing T-Mobile from selling new BlackBerry devices beginning later this month. Of course, things didn’t end there. Cutting ties with

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The feud between struggling smartphone maker BlackBerry and scrappy wireless carrier T-Mobile is one that most people probably didn’t even know was taking place. And those who did know at one T-Mobile CEO John Legere goes undercover as a Lyft driver! Does your CEO moonlight as a driver around Las Vegas in his spare time? Well, John Legere does! Haters can't bring down the and Sprint merger. That's the word from outspoken John Legere. Legere on Friday shared his thoughts about the $26 billion deal merge the nation Tags: mobile, ignore, haters, sprint, John Legere (@JohnLegere) | Twitter The latest Tweets from John Legere (@JohnLegere). Magenta-wearing, cusmer-loving @TMobile USA focused on ending wireless pain points & scaring our petirs! Also, #IamBatman. Bellevue,WA/New York City

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