Tag Archives: Braxton Carter

T-Mobile said to be expanding retail presence to markets in Colorado, Iowa, Texas, and more

T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter said last month that T-Mo had the opportunity to expand its distribution footprint after covering 305 million people with LTE, and it looks like that’s exactly what the magenta carrier is doing. According to Wave7 research, T-Mobile has been opening new stores in small and mid-sized locales in states like Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Texas, and both North and … [read full article]

T-Mobile plans to pivot away from unlimited data, says CFO Braxton Carter

T-Mobile has touted its unlimited high-speed data plan in the past, and it’s currently running a promo that’ll give you four lines of unlimited data for $150 per month. According to CFO Braxton Carter, though, T-Mo is pivoting away from unlimited data. Speaking at a recent investor conference, Carter said that T-Mobile is sticking to its strategy of moving away from unlimited … [read full article]

T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter talks 700MHz acquisitions, says distribution will expand to another 30M to 40M POPs

Over the past week or so, many details of T-Mobile’s recent 700MHz acquisitions have come out. Now CFO Braxton Carter has touched a bit more on the spectrum and the benefits that it’ll bring. Speaking at a recent investor conference, Carter said that T-Mobile has the chance to significantly grow its distribution where it currently has … [read full article]

T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter talks 600MHz auction plans and more

There’s a lot of focus on the upcoming 600MHz spectrum auction, especially with T-Mobile since Magenta plans to use it to bolster their low-band coverage. Today T-Mo CFO Braxton Carter touched on the auction while speaking at the Deutsche Bank Leveraged Finance Conference. At the event, Carter talked a bit about T-Mobile’s plan of attack for the auction, saying that T-Mo intends on buying 600MHz licenses that’ll cover the … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Braxton Carter and Neville Ray to present at the 2015 Citi Internet, Media & Telecommunications Conference

Although T-Mobile isn’t making any official Uncarrier announcements at CES this year, the carrier is sending one of its executives to present a keynote speech in Las Vegas, at the Citi Internet, Media & Telecommunications Conference. Braxton Carter, the carrier’s Chief Financial Officer and Neville Ray, the Chief Network Wizard will deliver the keynote presentations at 12:30pm Eastern (9:30 Pacific) on Wednesday, January 7th. If you want to tune in to the presentation, … [read full article]

Braxton Carter: T-Mobile will be “aggressive in rolling out low-band spectrum next year”

  According to T-Mobile’s CFO, Braxton Carter, the carrier is going to continue its low-band spectrum acquisitions in to next year. The Chief Financial Officer was speaking at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference. Currently, T-Mo owns 700MHz spectrum covering 185 million POPs in 24 of the top 30 U.S. markets. And that’s down to the major deal with Verizon earlier this year, and several other purchases from smaller companies across the … [read full article]

T-Mo will present at the 42nd Global Media and Communications Conference

  T-Mobile’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Braxton Carter is going to be speaking at the 42nd annual UBS Global Media and Communications Conference on Wednesday, December 10th at 10am Eastern Time. The event takes place in New York. T-Mobile regularly sends its chiefs to speak at a number of conferences, and the presentations can often be enlightening, especially if there’s a Q&A session. If you fancy tuning in and listening … [read full article]

Iliad’s $15 billion offer for T-Mobile “very inadequate” says company CFO

T-Mobile CFO spoke yesterday at an investor conference in Boston, and commented on the recent offer from French telecoms company, Iliad. Braxton Carter exclaimed that the original $15 billion offer was “very inadequate” and that he feels the company is undervalued. As you’ll undoubtedly remember, Iliad came in with a $33 per share offer for 56% percent of T-Mobile US just … [read full article]