Legere says that the industry is just taking off and predicts that in 2015 T-Mobile will 'go toe-to-toe with Verizon’s network almost everywhere … and win', 'the competition will continue to bumble along', 'wearables and phablets will be the big device stories of 2015', he'll have 1.5 million to 2.0 million Twitter followers, DC will be busy on regulatory issues, MetroPCS will pull further ahead of the prepaid pack, and T-Mobile will 'bring Un-carrier to whole new groups of people.'
Amongst his many predictions there are a few notable points. First, Legere believes that the Apple Watch will take wearables mainstream.
Wearables and phablets will be the big device stories of 2015 (and maybe some connected cars!)
I love what Jawbone, Fitbit, Samsung, LG, Microsoft and others are doing in the wearables space. But we haven’t begun to see the potential of this category. It’s going to go from $1 to $20 billion in the next few years. And though we won’t see its full impact in 2015, I believe that the Apple Watch will mark the tipping point when wearables go from niche to mainstream
Second, Legere predicts that T-Mobile overtake Sprint to become the third largest wireless company in America by next year.
T-Mobile will - officially - become the No. 3 wireless company in America in 2015. This summer, I said we’d blow by Sprint by the end of 2014 to become the No. 3 wireless company in the US. They have been swinging the bat since I made that statement, so we won’t know where things stand until we get the final score after we both report Q4 earnings, but whether it is now – or soon – I’m telling you, it’s a done deal!
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