Why Jim Cramer Likes T-Mobile (TMUS) Stock Under CEO John Legere

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Jim Cramer says sometimes a company's management is so great it blows you away, which he says is the case with John Legere at T-Mobile  (TMUS).

Cramer, who has disliked T-Mobile under previous management, has been a fan of Legere's for a long time and turned aggressively to the buy side on T-Mobile when he heard the company got Legere. Cramer calls Legere a "disruptive force" and "a different kind of executive" who understands the zeitgeist of youth.

Cramer calls the numbers Legere just put up extraordinary and says T-Mobile is a growth telephone company in the mid to high single digits, which investors do not get very often. Therefore, he feels the stock can continue to rise.

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Cramer says Legere does not need to merge with Sprint  (S), but he can if he wants to do so, and states there are multiple ways for T-Mobile to win.

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