T-Mobile's Fourth Quarter Numbers Show Continued Un-Carrier Momentum

T-Mobile's Fourth Quarter Numbers Show Continued Un-Carrier Momentum

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T-Mobile's 2014 fourth quarter numbers prove the Un-Carrier initiative is continuing its momentum. The company added 2.1 million net customers, making it the seventh quarter in a row with more than one million net customer additions. For the full year, T-Mobile added 8.3 million net customer, an 89% increase from the prior year.

“We continued to take share from our competitors and attracted 8.3 million net customers in 2014 who were looking for value, simplicity and transparency,” said John Legere, President and CEO of T-Mobile. “While my competitors are hiding behind less valuable connected device subscriber additions and managing profit expectations to the downside, T-Mobile delivered over 2.1 million customers in Q4, while managing the balance between growth and profitability. Needless to say, 2014 was a record breaking year.”

Preliminary Full Year 2014 Customer Highlights:
● 8.3 million total net customer additions
● 4.9 million branded postpaid net customer additions
● 4.0 million branded postpaid phone net customer additions
● 265 million people now covered by the nation’s fastest 4G LTE network

Preliminary Fourth Quarter 2014 Customer Highlights:
● 2.1 million total net customer additions
● 1.3 million branded postpaid net customer additions
● 1.0 million branded postpaid phone net customer additions
● 266,000 branded prepaid net customer additions

T-Mobile also saw positive postpaid porting ratios of 1.4 versus Verizon, 1.8 versus AT&T, and 2.2 versus Sprint, indicating that T-Mobile is taking shares from the three largest U.S. carriers. “Porting ratios have been in our favor vs. the competition for seven consecutive quarters and it looks like we will continue to beat everyone on total postpaid phone adds as well,” continued Legere. “We are not slowing down, and customers know it."

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T-Mobile's Fourth Quarter Numbers Show Continued Un-Carrier Momentum
long1610175 - February 11, 2015 at 3:20am
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xurykawaii - January 22, 2015 at 7:22am
My name is Xurykawaii from USA My boyfriend and I were happy as far as I could tell and I never thought that we would break up. When his cousin died in a tragic car accident he went back to Philippine for a week to be with his family. I could not go because I was in the middle of entertaining out of town clients for work. He did not seem to be upset that I could not go so I let him be. The next thing that I know, he reconnected with an old friend from high school that he had a crush on years ago and they started to have an affair! I had no clue what was going on until a month after he came back from Philippine.He proceeded to see both her and I until I caught him testing her one night. I confronted him and he told me the truth about what happened. We broke up and went our separate ways. Neither of us fought for our relationship. I was angry and decided not to be upset about it and just keep it moving.
long1610175 - January 21, 2015 at 3:00am
st switch I ever made from AT&T. Huge difference even in lte speed. My area is perfect in terms of coverage and I live in Texas.burmese translation company
long1610175 - January 21, 2015 at 2:59am
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GoodLookin - January 9, 2015 at 2:11am
I don't understand why they say that they are not slowing down but the throttling of the customers because they can't handle the demand? Didn't they just pay millions and millions of dollars for such practice. The customers knew it that's why they were fined big time!!! TMobile simply sucks!!!
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