Peter Adderton, founder of Boost Mobile, Peter thinks Dish will be looking to cut costs and could jettison as many as 2.5 million prepaid customers. Apparently, these would be wireless consumers that Dish doesn’t believe it could make any money on. Adderton believes Dish will need to cut costs so that it can pay for the build-out of its 5G network. He says that Dish will throttle the data speeds of certain prepaid customers in the hope that they will decide to take their business elsewhere.
Dish quickly responded to his comments:
“DISH plans to aggressively grow the Boost business from day one,” a company spokesman said. “Upon close, we are eager to provide existing and future Boost consumers with our award-winning customer service. Any speculation to the contrary is false and is reflective of some other agenda.”
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