T-Mobile posts net subscriber growth for first time in two years
After more than two years, T-Mobile has finally returned to the point where they are again growing subscribers. The carrier confirmed on Wednesday that it picked up 1.1 million subscribers in the second quarter with the bulk of them (688,000+) coming from post-paid customers.
When compared to the same time frame from 2012, the growth is even more obvious; T-Mobile lost a net 557,000 post-paid customers. Looking ahead, T-Mobile plans to add a net 1 million to 1.2 million post-paid customers, indicating a somewhat slower growth over the second half of the year.
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