Bye bye stormy Bellevue? T-Mobile CEO John Legere tells Sprint workers he’d adore to live in Kansas


T-Mobile CEO John Legere accepts a endowment for CEO of a Year during a 2018 GeekWire Awards. (GeekWire Photo / Kevin Lisota)

Sounds like a horde of “Slow Cooker Sunday” competence have a thing for Kansas City barbecue.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere, who never shies from observant only what he’s thinking, did only that during a city gymnasium assembly with Sprint employees in Overland Park, Kan., on Oct. 5. Sharing a theatre with Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure, as a dual wireless carriers wait sovereign capitulation of their designed merger, Legere talked about how T-Mobile’s Bellevue domicile is already maxed out.

Given a choice between staying in Bellevue or streamer for a Midwest, Legere played to a Sprint crowd.

“I really have a lot of people in Bellevue that would adore to pierce to Kansas City,” he said. “I’m one of them that would adore to live here instead of Bellevue. It rains each day.”

Details of what was pronounced during a assembly showed adult in a twin of a city gymnasium that Sprint was compulsory to yield to a SEC. The Puget Sound Business Journal and a Kansas City Business Journal both reported on a comments progressing Monday.

T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert also attended and talked about how a companies are actively articulate about formulating new “centers of employment.”

“Our Bellevue offices — and one of a many reasons we’re vehement about this campus — a Bellevue offices are full, totally full,” Sievert said. “Even if we didn’t do a new T-Mobile, we were going to be looking for a new place to enhance and unexpected we have this extraordinary talent pool of implausible people in an implausible facility.”

The executives also fielded questions from employees, one of whom voiced regard about a “significantly aloft cost of living” in Bellevue compared to Kansas. Sievert and Legere pronounced cost-of-living adjustments would be done if anyone had to pierce west.

Oh, and for what it’s worth, a Google hunt suggested that Overland Park and Bellevue get a same normal yearly rainfall.

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