Tag Archives: Second quarter

T-Mobile Execs Talk Apple Products, JUMP! And Future Plans On Investor Call

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T-Mobile is no doubt riding a high today with some of the best quarterly numbers the company has seen in years and they aren’t shying away from what the future might hold. In an interview with CNBC, T-Mobile CEO John Legere didn’t hold back from poking the competition and emphasizing that Uncarrier “Phase 3″ is “right around the corner.” “Stay tuned … [read full article]

T-Mobile Turns A Corner, Adds 1.1 Million Customers In Second Quarter 2013

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T-Mobile’s Uncarrier strategy is paying off as the carrier announced its second quarter 2013 financials late last night. The carrier added 1.1 million customers during the second quarter, including 678,000 net postpaid subscribers reversing several years of customer losses. “T-Mobile’s Un-carrier approach has clearly resonated with consumers,” CEO John Legere said in a statement. “By fixing the things that drive them mad, like contracts and upgrades, and freeing them from the two-year … [read full article]

T-Mobile Showing Signs Of Growth According To Upcoming Quarterly Report

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  According to a new report via Bloomberg, T-Mobile will report a key milestone — the addition of contract customers for the first time three years next month. The subscriber gains will be reported when T-Mobile announces its first post-Deutsche Telekom quarterly results. Bloomberg’s source asked not to be identified because the information wasn’t public, but the writing has been on the wall. Of course this [read full article]

T-Mobile Posts Second Quarter Financials, Loses 50,000 Customers

T-Mobile issued its second quarter earnings statement today and while the outlook for the future isn’t as bad as some had previously thought, there is still cause for concern. According to the press release T-Mobile lost a total of 50,000 customers during the second quarter of 2011. However, the second quarter loss is actually a step in the right direction when one considers that’s not as bad as the 93,000 customers T-Mobile … [read full article]