Recently, T-Mobile has situated itself in the mobile carrier market as the "uncarrier," offering the iPhone 5 without a contract. But according to Verizon Communications CEO Lowell McAdam, his company is willing to take a hard look at what mobile consumers want from a carrier, and shifting to a no-contract setup is a very real possibility.
Competition is fierce in the world of wireless, but that doesn’t mean that telecom giants can’t occasionally come to each other’s aid in times of crisis. Case in point: Recent comments by Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam which appear to be in favor of rival AT&T gobbling up T-Mobile.
Yep, the public announcement of the Apple and Verizon iPhone deal took only a day. However, there was a lot more elbow grease that went into the deal than what was talked about. Verizon Communications President Lowell McAdam revealed some details in an interview with Bloomberg.