Metro by T-Mobile closing its corporate-owned stores
T-Mobile was reported to be in the process of shutting down its brick-and-mortar stores early this year. Following these reports, T-Mo’s Consumer Group President, Jon Freier, released a statement discussing this change. But now, another report says that corporate-owned Metro by T-Mobile stores will be affected by the closure too.
Wave7 Research (via BestMVNO) pointed out that there are a total of 186 Metro by T-Mobile stores right now. But there are over 7,000 dealers that offer Metro by T-Mobile’s products. And fortunately, T-Mobile is offering its corporate-owned stores to dealers to assume management. The downside is that T-Mobile already laid off several regional and store managers as part of this decision.
We’ll have to wait for further announcements regarding this change.
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