T-Mobile Q2 2014 earnings call scheduled for July 31


T-Mobile US has officially confirmed that its financial earnings report conference call will take place on July 31, 2014 at 8am Eastern Daylight Time (5am Pacific). A couple of hours before that, the company will also issue a press release with all the ins and outs published in it. You can listen in to the call by heading over to the T-Mobile investor site, and logging in to the publicly available webcast.

We’ve heard previously that analysts are expecting T-Mobile to maintain its pattern of improving quarterly revenue, after it returned to growth for the first time in 2 years last quarter. But we’d be cautious to anticipate anything close to the performance achieved in Q1. The first three months of this year were record breaking for the company in more ways than one. It was the first time it had ever added more than 2 million subscribers, beating the other 3 carriers convincingly, thanks to its Uncarrier 4.0 ETF reimbursement move.

Given that Uncarrier 5.0 and 6.0 didn’t land until the very last month of Q2, it’s unlikely that they’ll have anywhere near as much impact as 4.0, but we’re still expecting a very healthy report from T-Mobile.

Mark your calendars, and tune in next week for the full low-down on last quarter’s financial performance.


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  • anthony

    What T mobile customers need is more devices like att have or at least an app for tmobile wifi calling that way we can buy unlocked devices such as google nexus Motorola Moto x etc.

    • Fabian Cortez

      That’s all on Google now as Apple has implemented Wi-Fi Calling iOS-wide.

      • Jay J. Blanco

        You are absolutely correct. Now it’s a wait for Google to push wifi calling out to their devices

        • s38uqsid

          “wife calling”… I love it

    • UMA_Fan

      It’s really a shame Google won’t integrate WiFi Calling into their OS when they’ve had Android on T-Mobile since the beginning with the G1 and Nexus One. While Apple (of all companies!) went out of their way to support it for T-Mobile.

      T-Mobile open sourced WiFi Calling. It is 100% Google’s fault it’s not available on unlocked devices.

  • taron19119

    This is when I hope to hear about the 700mz spectrum being turned on and when phones that are compatible will become available

    • That would be nice, my Entire state is covered in that purchased 700mHZ spectrum. Of course we can wait since we already have a lot of the other spectrum here as well, but still would be nice.

      • xmiro

        you won’t get whole state coverage due to TV channel 51 interference in some areas

  • Jay J. Blanco

    Hope it’s good news for 2Q. T-Mobile needs growth.

  • Aurizen

    I cant wait to see what what uncarrier 7 will be! I’m stumped whats the next big thing could be. It only needs low band spectrum… or have tax included in post paid plans like Metro.

    • xmiro

      again, Uncarrier is not about coverage but about things the wireless industry does.

      Two, pre-paid service is only taxed with a sales tax and not like post paid with local and state communications taxes that go as high as 30% of a post paid bill in some states

  • S. Ali

    Legere’s been quite vocal about VZW/ATT quarter reports on twitter, lets see if he’ll deliver some impressive numbers. The company has been too quiet on network upgrades. Sprint has an event schedule for August, around the time of the next uncarrier event. Some analysts are reporting the merger deal pushed to September.

    • UMA_Fan

      He’s been quiet about at&t. I can’t objective figure out why at&t is so successful.

      • Ordeith

        They have this thing called coverage. T-Mobile customers don’t get it.

        • Spanky

          Building penetration as well.

        • Jay J. Blanco

          Back to spectrum bands. Tmobile is working on that.

        • Spanky

          T-Mobile is working on that, I’ll give them that. AT&T, however, already has it.

        • Jay J. Blanco

          AT&T got much of there low band spectrum from Cingular merger. So of course they do. T-Mobile is building there low band spectrum portfolio

        • xmiro

          at&t doesn’t just do wireless

        • Jay J. Blanco

          tmobile does have coverage, just not economical to have coverage everywhere with high bands.

  • gadget_hero

    I’m hoping for another strong showing, it could sway regulators to push back against SoftBank/Sprint being allowed to buy T-Mobile

  • monkeybutts

    Will be very interesting to see if they kept up the momentum

    The good thing about Q2 flagship devices and tax refunds for consumers.

  • Ordeith

    Let’s see if they can match or beat the stellar earnings reports from Verizon and ATT. Here’s hoping the competition is healthy.

    • xmiro

      stellar earnings? AT&T profit was down, Q2 earnings were down 7.2%.VZ had to goose up the numbers using tablets, even AT&T beat them when it comes to smartphone adds

      Things might get even more interesting if Sprint goes live with that $50 unlimited voice/text/data plan they are testing, and the $40/month for 3GB because then T-Mobile would have to respond either matching or exceeding the discount.

      Sprint’s shared data is also much cheaper, customers get double the data in some cases than what VZ and AT&T offer so even though the Sprint network is not up to snuff but still it’s an alternative

      • Ordeith

        You seem to want to gloss over the Wireless part of AT&T’s business. :)

        • xmiro

          gloss over which part of the wireless division? I’m reading the press reports.

          “Total wireless net additions were 634,000 ” and over 400,000 prepaid customers left.

          “Wireless revenue improved 3.7% year-over-year to $17.9 billion. Wireless service revenue was down 1.4%”

          “During the quarter, AT&T added more than 700,000 smartphones on post-paid plans”

          They did much better than Verizon when it comes to new smartphone subs, VZ had 350k-ish smartphone adds.

          If T earnings were so stellar it wouldn’t be down 2% since the report came out :)

        • Ordeith

          You quote generally good news and try to claim it as bad? Interesting strategy.