Competition Weighs On T-Mobile USA: Q2 Sales Down To $4.9B, Customer Figures 'Continue To Present Challenge'

Competition Weighs On T-Mobile USA: Q2 Sales Down To $4.9B, Customer Figures 'Continue To Present Challenge'

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With parent company Deutsche Telekom posting its quarterly earnings today, T-Mobile USA has reported its Q2 operating results. Despite moves it is making to ramp up its network and handset lineup to compete with the bigger boys, T-Mobile — the only big U.S. carrier yet to offer the iPhone —...
Competition Weighs On T-Mobile USA: Q2 Sales Down To $4.9B, Customer Figures 'Continue To Present Challenge'
                                       

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