According to an announcement from the recent virtual Channel Partners event, T-Mobile has launched its all-new T-Mobile for Business Partner Program. The release said that the merger with Sprint has driven the company to combine both companies’ channel programs to create a better experience for customers and partners. The new Partner Program reportedly is designed to change the way channel partners work with T-Mobile, making it easier than ever to create value for customers.
"The channel has been an important part of T-Mobile for Business’ incredible growth over the last few years, and with the launch of this all-new Partner Program, we’re investing more into the channel than ever before,” said Mike Katz, EVP, T-Mobile for Business. “Combining the best of T-Mobile and Sprint, we aim to be THE destination for partners and resellers. T-Mobile’s investment in the largest 5G network and our high-touch customer support model means the Un-carrier is where you’ll want to be.”
The T-Mobile for Business Partner Program will continue to build off the success of T-Mobile and Sprint legacy programs offering partners a better experience with improved ways of working together. It includes mobility-centric partners, wireline-centric partners and every combination in between, the relase asserts. Mobility-centric partners can offer customers access to the nationwide 5G network. Wireline-centric partners can continue to offer award-winning wireline solutions from Sprint, now known as T-Mobile for Business Global Wireline Solutions in the United States and Global Wireline Solutions by T-Mobile USA outside of the United States.
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