Tag Archives: financials

T-Mobile Q1 2015 earnings call set for April 28

T-Mobile just announced that its first quarter financial results will be revealed at 10:00am Eastern Time (7am Pacific) on April 28. Like previous quarters, there will be a short time of scripted remarks before launching in to “free-flowing dialogue with analysts, investors, media and consumers.” Also, like last quarter, T-Mobile will publish a live stream of the video on Twitter which you can access from your mobile device. Just be sure to follow … [read full article]

BlackBerry and T-Mobile in “positive” discussion, handsets to make a return?

During today’s Q4 earnings call – which was streamed live on YouTube for the first time – several questions were fielded after all the announcements were made. One of which came from a Twitter user who asked if BlackBerry handsets might make a return to T-Mobile. And, to those BlackBerry loyalists among the T-Mo subscriber base, Legere’s answer will come as welcome news. Although there’s nothing specific to report in … [read full article]

Analyst predicts $7.9 billion revenue in T-Mobile Q4 earnings report

T-Mobile’s Q4 2014, and full year earnings call will be taking place tomorrow and Wells Fargo analyst Jennifer Fritzsche has already had her say on what is likely to be announced. T-Mo’s focus during the Uncarrier-style earnings call will be margins and “future technology deployments”, according to the market analyst. We were already treated to preliminary earnings numbers by T-Mobile … [read full article]

T-Mobile Q4 and full year 2014 earnings call to take place on Feb. 19

Although the company has already announced preliminary financial results for the final quarter and full fiscal year of 2014, T-Mobile is set to announce full results officially on February 19th. Just six days from now. The call will run for approximately 90 mins and will be an “extended, open conversation” kicking off at 9:00am Eastern, and ending at 10:30am Eastern. That’s 6:00am to 7:30am Pacific. As with Q3′s entertaining earnings call, … [read full article]

T-Mobile added an impressive 8.3 million customers in 2014, preliminary earnings announced

T-Mobile normally leaves it at least three weeks after a quarter has ended before announcing any financial figures. But for Q4 2014, the company has decided to give us an early sneak peak at its final quarter earnings. As well as an overview on 2014. As suspected – last year was huge for our favorite carrier. In a press release published this morning, T-Mobile announced its preliminary full year 2014 … [read full article]

T-Mobile to catch up with Sprint by next quarter?

“Put a fork in it, they’re done!” A phrase which T-Mobile’s chief, John Legere has often used regarding his company’s chances of catching up with Sprint’s subscriber base. With last quarter’s results having been revealed by all the major carriers, T-Mo is closer than ever to taking the #3 spot from its rival. Sprint’s total subscriber base now consists of just over 55 million customers following a quarter in which it added just under half … [read full article]

Detailed report shows how T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T and Sprint compared in Q3

It seems an age since T-Mobile announced its results for Q3 of this year, having added a record number of branded postpaid additions. It also posted double digit service revenue growth. In fact, in virtually every measurable performance indicator, T-Mobile showed incredible statistics. Jan Dawson, a knowledgeable and respected wireless industry analyst at Jackdaw, has teamed up exclusively with Fierce Wireless to publish his third quarter slides which show how T-Mobile stacked up … [read full article]

Un-carrier Q3 earnings call highlights: iPhone 6 demand, record-breaking everything and more…

Within the past couple of hours, T-Mobile finished its Un-carrier style earnings call. And unlike any other call I’ve listened in on, very little time was given to the scripted run down and slides of all the quarter’s financials. Instead, Legere&Co wanted it to be an open discussion between analysts, journalists and themselves, switching between answering questions on call and questions posed on Twitter. Because of the varying themes in the questions asked, … [read full article]