Sunday, 25 February 2018

T-Mobile US chief apologises to EFF over Binge On comments

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 12 January 16

John Legere reiterates benefits of zero-rated video-streaming offer, insists it doesn't undermine net neutrality.

T-Mobile US chief executive John Legere has apologised to consumer group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) following a disagreement about the operator's zero-rated video service, Binge On. "By now you know that I am a vocal, animated and sometimes foul mouthed CEO. I don't filter myself and you know that no one at T…

T-Mobile US chief executive John Legere has apologised to consumer group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) following a disagreement about the operator's zero-rated video service, Binge On. "By now you know that I am a vocal, animated and sometimes foul mouthed CEO. I don't filter myself and you know that no one at T…

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