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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer checked in with John Legere, the outspoken president and CEO of T-Mobile (TMUS) - Get T-Mobile US, Inc. Report , which just posted a four-cents-a-share earnings beat with an 11% rise in revenues and industry-leading growth.
When asked where all of T-Mobile's new customers are coming from, Legere said that "dumb and dumber" continue to donate customers to T-Mobile every quarter, which is why their churn rates are very low and why they still have lots of growth to come.
Legere was not phased by light revenues this quarter, saying that there are big events from both Samsung and Apple (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. (AAPL) Report coming later this year. He was also very bullish on T-Mobile's future, saying that after a very successful spectrum auction, they are well positioned for the coming 5G upgrade cycle.
As for resonating with younger customers, Legere joked that as a "super-cool CEO in his late twenties," he can see eye-to-eye with this most coveted demographic.
Meanwhile, over on Real Money, Cramer says French election news is tres bien, but don't take your eyes off what's happening at home: better-than-expected earnings from a host of companies, as well as continued merger activity. Get his insights with a free trial subscription to Real Money.
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