T-Mobile continues its strong momentum as it adds new subscribers led by its 5G network
T-Mobile’s 5G triple layer cake could make it the ultimate 5G leader in the states
T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert said following the release of the report, “Stellar postpaid customer gains and industry-leading service revenue growth translated into industry-best growth in profitability and cash flow, and drove another beat and raise quarter – all fueled by unprecedented synergies that only T-Mobile can deliver. As we capitalize on our 5G leadership, it’s increasingly clear that our unmatched network, outstanding value and customer-centric experiences are setting the Un-carrier apart from everyone else.”
Diluted earnings per share weighed in at 78 cents compared to the 9 cents of net income that the carrier reported during the same quarter last year. On a sequential basis, the 78 cents per share compares to the 74 cents per share that T-Mobile garnered during this year’s first quarter.
What good is a fast 5G signal if you can’t access it when you need it? T-Mobile was ranked first in 5G reliability by network research firm umlaut for the second consecutive time.
T-Mobile has become an amazing success story
That T-Mobile is in the position that it’s in now is an amazing story. Dead last among the four major U.S. carriers, the company made a major personnel move when it picked John Legere to be CEO in September 2012. With his rock star haircut, a penchant for wearing T-Mobile T-shirts as his daily work attire, his constant desire to put the customer first, and his attacks on the competition, Legere was not your typical buttoned-down pinstripe wearing CEO.
T-Mobile’s mid-band 5G service now covers 165 million Americans
Soon, T-Mobile became the most innovative of the carriers as it was the first to end subsidized phone purchases and launched popular programs such as rollover minutes, zero-rated music streaming, free Netflix, and more. Legere stepped down once the T-Mobile-Sprint merger was completed and was replaced with this right-hand man Mike Sievert who has managed to keep the momentum going for T-Mobile.
Some analysts believe that T-Mobile will be the country’s 5G leader once all of the dust settles
Lastly, 80% of Sprint customer traffic is now carried on the T-Mobile network as 33% of Sprint subscribers have been moved to the T-Mobile network.