contract customer

contract customer

US mobile growth starts to stagnate
T-Mobile loses 492,000 contract customers in Q3, revenue and profit continue to slide
T-Mobile reports big subscriber losses in Q4, says it will launch LTE in 2013

T-Mobile grows but its lack of iPhone is still a problem

gigaom.com
T-Mobile is still struggling to find its footing as the smallest major U.S. carrier after its planned acquisition by AT&T fell through. In the first full quarter after the proposed merger was scuttled the nation’s fourth largest carrier managed to gain only 187,000 customers and reported $5 billion in revenue...
T-Mobile grows but its lack of iPhone is still a problem
AT&T smartphone rampage continues with help from Apple

Users finding relief from wireless data sticker shock

www.computerworld.com
In an era when wireless data and phone service can cost a U.S. contract customer more than $1,200 annually, some lower-cost pre-paid options are emerging....
Users finding relief from wireless data sticker shock

T-Mobile USA Reports First Customer Growth Since 2009 But "Challenges Persist Unchanged" As It Waits For Apple Deal To Kick In

techcrunch.com
Deutsche Telekom, owner of T-Mobile USA, today reported its Q4 and full-year results, and it looks like it is starting to arrest some of the declines in its North American operations: overall subscribers at T-Mobile USA now stand at 33.4 million — a rise of 0.6% compared to a year...
T-Mobile USA Reports First Customer Growth Since 2009 But "Challenges Persist Unchanged" As It Waits For Apple Deal To Kick In

Sprint customer losses mount as Nextel sunset date nears

gigaom.com
Sprint posted another quarter of big subscriber losses thanks to the continued flight of customers from Nextel’s sinking ship. In the first quarter,  the country’s No. 3 carrier managed to sell 5 million smartphones — including 1.5 million iPhone activations — add half a million new CDMA prepaid subscribers and...
Sprint customer losses mount as Nextel sunset date nears

T-Mobile Customer Losses Continue to Mount

allthingsd.com
T-Mobile USA said it lost more than a half million of the most lucrative customers in the first quarter, casting doubt on whether the company can regain momentum after regulators blocked its sale to AT&T Inc. The 15th straight quarter of contract customer losses puts the carrier further behind AT&T...
T-Mobile Customer Losses Continue to Mount

T-Mobile Reduces Subscriber Losses

online.wsj.com
T-Mobile reported improvements in contract customer losses in the first quarter and reduced the number of such subscribers canceling service, according to preliminary figures from the company....
T-Mobile Reduces Subscriber Losses

T-Mobile Confesses: Not Having The iPhone Caused 1,900 Layoffs (DT)

www.businessinsider.com
T-Mobile said Friday it will cut 1,900 call center jobs in an effort to save money. In a memo to employees, CEO Philip Humm explained: "The reality is our cost structure must be better optimized to match our customer base and call volumes." Fair enough—but that's not the explanation...
T-Mobile Confesses: Not Having The iPhone Caused 1,900 Layoffs (DT)

T-Mobile Lost 700,000 Subscribers Because It Doesn't Have The iPhone

www.businessinsider.com
T-Mobile USA lost 802,000 subscribers in the fourth quarter. The main reason for the defections? No iPhone. T-Mobile mentions the iPhone seven times in its earnings press release. Here is each mention; we bolded the biggest stunner in the bunch: Contract business negatively impacted in the fourth quarter of...
T-Mobile Lost 700,000 Subscribers Because It Doesn't Have The iPhone

AT&T sees a brighter Q2, projecting 500,000 new contract subscribers

gigaom.com
AT&T didn’t have the greatest first quarter. It sold a lot of smartphones, but it only brought in 296,000 new contract customers, less than half of archrival Verizon’s 677,000. But things are looking up in the current quarter. AT&T is projecting 500,000 net postpaid additions when it reports its Q2...
AT&T sees a brighter Q2, projecting 500,000 new contract subscribers
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?