T-Mobile’s chief marketing officer Matt Staneff departs, according to FierceWireless

From FierceWireless:

Matt Staneff, who had been T-Mobile’s chief marketing officer since April 2019, has left the company as of June 2021, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Staneff initially announced his departure in a June 1 tweet that was first noticed by Light Reading. He said: “From <10M to >100M customers! It’s been a ride, but my stop is here & it’s time for the next adventure.”

He mentioned possibly training for an Ironman triathlon and definitely spending more time with family.

Staneff had been with T-Mobile for more than 18 years. Prior to his stint as CMO, he was chief commercial officer. His career at the carrier had focused almost entirely on customer service, customer retention and marketing.

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