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T-Mobile Gains 2.a million Subscribers In Q2, The Third Largest US Carrier

T-Mobile Gains 2.a million Subscribers In Q2, The Third Largest US Carrier

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John Legere got done announcing another uncarrier initiative, so we see what all individuals changes have earned the tiniest national carrier-it isn’t really the tiniest any longer. T-Mobile reports 2.a million internet customer additions in Q2, getting its subscriber count to 58.9 million. Sprint only has 57.a million customers.

T-Mobile’s gains are 41% greater than this time around this past year and 14% up in the first quarter of 2015. These figures include “regular” publish-compensated customers in addition to individuals using T-Mobile’s network on pre-compensated plans. Only 760,000 from the additions were from the more profitable publish-compensated variety.

Regardless of the strong subscriber gains, T-Mobile’s parent company, Germany-based Deutsche Telekom continues to be eager to unload the carrier. A merger with Sprint fell apart some time back, and there has been rumors of the merger with Dish and Comcast. Using these good results, T-Mobile will most likely look more appealing to potential suitors.

Posted by: Ernest

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