There's no doubt that there's a lot of conflicting information flying around about the new Lumia 950 and 950 XL and their reported AT&T exclusivity. Now T-Mobile CEO John Legere has taken to Twitter to note that the carrier is definitely open to carrying and selling the new Lumia duo if Microsoft approaches them. From Legere:
"To be clear: We did not turn down the new Windows devices. MSFT gave to AT&T. If @microsoft wakes up, we'll talk about @TMobile carrying"
As we previously reported, the Lumia 950 and 950 XL are not exclusive to AT&T, though it appeared at the time that other carriers hadn't expressed interest. Going by Legere's recent comments, that is simply not the case. There's a lot of conflicting information going around right now, but it looks as if there's a definite chance that at least T-Mobile customers might get a shot at Microsoft's latest if a deal is worked out.
Of course, that's only if you go the carrier route. Microsoft will be selling both devices unlocked through the Microsoft Store, so you have nothing to worry about if you're going the unlocked route.
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Source: John Legere (Twitter)
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