Could BlackBerry and T-Mobile reconcile?T-Mobile CEO John Legere says he feels for BlackBerry users who want to be on the T-Mobile network but can't. In a one-on-one interview with CNET's Roger Cheng, Legere explains where things stand with BlackBerry.
[MUSIC] Back to the BlackBerry reader. Ask me this all the time but is there a chance for reconciliation between you and BlackBerry? Oh, eh, we're fighting with them too? Well, you guys are, like they're fighting with you right? Well they actually now they, I guess they're. You're dead to them, I guess. Are we there? They basically [UNKNOWN] they've ceased the whole relationship with t mobile. Listen, what we are all about is whatever is best for our customers. And you know, for our customers that want to have you know, a blackberry device. With T-Mobile, this should be a way for them to have that. And if it's Blackberry that doesn't want to do that, you know, it, that's wrong, you know? So I, I want to do whatever the customers want. But you, I mean, you're an influential guy. I mean, you could pick up the phone and call up John Chen and you know, sell that right away, right? John? No, come on, this should never be personal or company animosities that stop customers from getting what they want. Sure>> And if your a loyal Blackberry, T-Mobile customer you should be able to get, you know, what you need