Atlanta-Based Cricket Wireless Appoints John Dwyer as its New President
Staff Report From Metro Atlanta CEO
Tuesday, January 19th, 2016
Cricket Wireless and its parent company AT&T welcomes industry veteran John Dwyer as the new leader of the Cricket premium no annual contract brand.
As Cricket President, Dwyer will oversee the company's day-to-day operations and long-term planning, strategy and execution to drive continued growth and profitability.
Dwyer joins a world-class team responsible for redefining the no annual contract wireless experience at more than 9,000 points of distribution nationally, and maximizing customer satisfaction across all consumer channels.
"John brings a wealth of experience and an unrelenting focus on customer satisfaction to everything he does, and we're excited to have him join the Cricket brand," said Glenn Lurie, President and CEO, AT&T Mobility.
Prior to joining Cricket, Dwyer was responsible for trailblazing the customer experience for AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions, energizing retail sales operations, ensuring marketing effectiveness, and innovating customer care.
John also held customer leadership roles for Cingular Wireless and Pacific Bell Mobile Services.
Dwyer replaces Jennifer Van Buskirk, who has been named President of AT&T's Northeast Region.
"Prepaid wireless was traditionally all about price and tradeoffs, but today's customers are demanding more, and Cricket
is in the enviable position to deliver big," said John Dwyer
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