T-Mobile hosts first Analyst Day

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Earlier today, T-Mobile hosted its first ever Analyst Day. In the event, the Un-Carrier revealed its five-year plans to grow and value creation for the company. The Supercharged Un-Carrier plans were outlined by different executive speakers to show how determined they are at becoming the best in the world and by being a leader in customer choice. 

The executives also shared how T-Mo intends to reach millions of customers more by focusing on delivering network and value leadership in order to provide the best experiences for customers.

Some of the things they discussed in the event include the following: 

  • Maintaining 5G leadership in the 5G era 
    • Recent C Band investment further positions T-Mobile’s superiority for 5G era
    • Already delivering 5G across more geographic coverage than AT&T and Verizon combined.
    • Only operator to have deployed dedicated mid-band spectrum for 5G.
  • Significantly expanding addressable markets
    • T-Mobile’s superior 5G network to unlock growth opportunities in new markets, deepen relationships with customers and take the competition to cable
    • Plans to increase share of smaller markets and rural areas to nearly 20% in next 5 years
    • Expect to double market share in enterprise in next 5 years
    • Bring competition to the $90 billion broadband market, targeting 7-8 million customers in 5 years
  • Unlocking bigger merger synergies, faster
    • Expect total net present value of merger synergies to be more than $70 billion – up more than 60% from original merger guidance of $43 billion
    • Expect total run rate cost synergies to reach ~$7.5 billion per year by 2024 – up 25% from original merger guidance of $6 billion per year
  • Delivering even better financial results
    • Raising mid-term and long-term guidance across the board with higher service revenue, Core Adjusted EBITDA and free cash flow
    • Potentially up to $60 billion in shareholder return between 2023-2025

To read more about the analyst day reports, visit this page. Or you can watch a replay of the webinar here.

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  • TheTruthIsOutThere

    Selling customer data! PROFITS!!

    • marque2

      They sent me both a text and email about this so I could opt out. If anyone who doesn’t want their data sold is still in at this point that is their problem.

      • TheTruthIsOutThere

        I have 7 family lines and have received no notices from T-Mobile.

        • marque2

          I suspect untruth in your comment.

        • Shaun Michalak

          The real question is, is it untruth, or is it that they got them, but it was not from a number that they recognized, so they just ignored it?? The sent number that I got the message from was 2963, and did not say “T-Mobile” or anything like that from the “from” person.. Usually things from just 4 numbers are spam, so maybe they just ignored it, or deleted it not understanding that it was not spam??

          Either way, I think he is a little biased in the fact that you can see his unhappiness in his other comments.. So I take it for what it is worth..

        • Loco Mole

          Text or no text, just login to Tmo and opt out then.

        • Shaun Michalak

          Well, yea you can.. If, and only “if” you know what is going on.. If you never got a message, and were never notified in any way, then there would be no way for you to opt out because you never knew anything about it.. I think it just comes down to the fact that we both find it a little odd that someone did not get notified of it..

      • Shaun Michalak

        I am on Metro, and we got those messages too.. The number it came in from was 2963 and starts off with, “Metro: We’re updating our terms and conditions..”

    • Shaun Michalak

      Yea, but if you read that article, it also stated that T-Mobile was going to be on equal agreements that AT&T and Verizon both currently have.. So if you complain about T-Mobile doing it, you will have to complain about the other two at the same time.

      • TheTruthIsOutThere

        Oh, so other evil corporations are screwing their customers over, so that makes it ok for T-Mobile to join the party.

        • Shaun Michalak

          I never said that.. I just stated the facts that they were going on equal terms with them.. Fact is, there is an opt out feature that anyone can click if they want to.. So everyone has their own choice.. I have even gotten messages from the company to let me know about it, to give me the choice to opt out.. Some people like to share to help improve things.. It is all personal choice.. So since they give you the option to opt out, and they are making it well known with messages and stuff.. I really can not see where i see anything wrong with them giving their customers the choice..