T-Mobile on Tuesday announced a net gain of 1.8 million new customers for Q1 2015. As it turns out, this is the eighth straight quarter for T-Mobile to have added at least one million customers.
As for the churn rate, which is the percentage of customers leaving T-Mobile’s service during the same period, it was a mere 1.3 percent. According to the wireless provider, this is a record low number.
Postpaid customers accounted for 1.1 million of the 1.8 million new subscribers. What’s more, at least one million of its new customers bought phones. Drilling down a tad, 991,000 of those new accounts were smartphone customers; 134,000 customers bought mobile broadband.