T-Mobile US Gains 1.1 Million New Un-carrier Customers In Q2 2013

Posted: Aug 8 2013, 5:17am CDT | by , in Misc


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T-Mobile US Gains 1.1 Million New Un-carrier Customers in Q2 2013

T-Mobile has gained about 1.1 million new un-carrier customers in America and its revenue increased too to $6.3 billion. They entered its fold of their own will since they were attracted to the cool offers the mobile service lends its users.

Besides the boost in revenues, the addition of 1.1 million new clients to the list of T-Mobile’s already burgeoning consumer membership was quite a fillip. The financial report for the second quarter says that it is doing quite well. The Uncarrier seems to have really helped T-Mobile immensely. This growth figure is the best so far. It is a big contrast to the loss of 205,000 net customers in 2012. Revenue is up too in no small part due to the inclusion of MetroPCS. T-mobile also happens to have LTE technology service in 116 metro sectors. Over 157 million people come under the aegis of this facility. It has surpassed its own objective of reaching 100 million consumers.

Up until now the results coming out have been pretty good. Yet it would be premature to say what effect its Jump Program would have on the figures. Nevertheless, one thing is for sure. Its Uncarrier approach has really clicked with the consumer base. Many radical changes were taking place at T-Mobile. One of these was the elimination of phone subsidies. The rejuvenation and resuscitation the company has undergone has really given it an image makeover. T-Mobile is at #4 in the United States, behind Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. It still has some way to go if it wants to be #1 though.

Source: T-Mobile via Engadget

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