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T-Mobile reports Q1 2020 results, including more than 600,000 customers added

T-Mobile today reported its Q1 2020 earnings, which is notable because this is the last quarter before T-Mo and Sprint closed their merger. T-Mobile says that during the the first quarter of 2020, it added a total of 649,000 total branded customers, which was the best in the industry. That figure includes 452,000 postpaid phone customers. Total branded customer adds for the quarter is down from 1.08 million during Q1 2019. That difference was caused by … [read full article]

T-Mobile says Q1 2019 was the 24th straight quarter that it added more than 1 million customers

T-Mobile’s Q2 2019 earnings are in. T-Mobile reports that it added 1.65 million customers in Q1 2019, up from 1.4 million in Q1 2018, marking the 24th straight quarter that T-Mo has added more than 1 million customers to its base. That 1.7 million total includes 1.0 million postpaid and 69,000 prepaid customers. Postpaid phone churn for the quarter finished at 0.88 percent, down from 1.07 percent in Q1 2018, while prepaid churn dropped from … [read full article]

Nearly half of T-Mobile’s Q1 2016 new phone activations came from other carriers, report says

We’ll have to wait for T-Mobile’s Q1 2016 quarterly earnings announcement to find out just how John Legere and Co. performed in the first few months of 2016, but today a research firm shared its prediction of T-Mo’s Q1 activity. Consumer Intelligence Research Partners has issued the results of a report in which it surveyed 500 US consumers that activated a new or used phone between January and March. CIRP reports that T-Mo gained 42 percent … [read full article]

T-Mobile Q3 2015 results will be officially revealed on October 27

Just a quick heads-up that T-Mobile has announced when it’ll reveal its Q3 2015 results. The earnings call and “an extended, open conversation” about the quarter will happen at 10:00 am ET on October 27, though the results themselves will be revealed earlier that morning at 7:30 am ET. As in past quarters, John Legere and Co. plan to keep their prepared remarks to a minimum to allow … [read full article]