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