Thread regarding T-Mobile layoffs

I lost a lot of time here

Colleagues I loved working with left a long time ago. We are in touch, and I would say that now all of them are doing better than me who stayed here. They’re better paid and they’re not under as much stress as I am.
I stayed because I didn’t believe the grass was much greener elsewhere and now I can only see that I just lost a lot of time here. If I could turn back time, I would not stay here for more than two years. I think 2 years is maximum how long one should stay here?

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Yes, Sprint customers are leaving. A lot of them would rather pay higher bills at Verizon and AT&T than stay with T-Mobile. Even former Sprint employees who now work for T-Mobile are porting their lines out. I know I did the moment I found out about the data breach.

T-Mob missed their numbers because they can no longer double/triple count their sub-adds.

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Post ID: @1tus+1eFGTP3n

You won’t be the only one leaving. T Mobile missed their subscriber growth number. Ki---d on Wall Street. Wonder if they will play the shell game to make their numbers look better next qtr. I wonder if sprint customers are leaving to atnt or vz?

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Post ID: @1qib+1eFGTP3n

I would leave unless you know your getting a severance. There are much better places to work. You just have to get your but in gear and go and don’t be afraid. T Mobile is a dying brand. The fad of being the uncarrier is over. They no longer stand out. Sievert will be kicked out soon. He’s rich so it doesn’t matter.

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Post ID: @zzo+1eFGTP3n

You should leave now and stop complaining.

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