The addition will let T-Mobile customers use their phones throughout North American without incurring extra charges.
Legere broke down the Un-Carrier’s impressive early subscriber numbers for the second quarter, saying that T-Mobile had for the fourth straight quarter reported over a million postpaid net additions, including 760,000 new branded postpaid phone customers and 178,000 new prepaid customers.
A recent report from Strategy Analytics Inc. forecast T-Mobile moving into the No. 3 spot and staying ahead of Sprint through 2020. We Won’t Stop!”-John Legere, CEO and President, T-Mobile The Uncarrier movement has helped T-Mobile achieve 58.9 million customers in total across all fields, which is up a big 41% over how much the company had previous year during Q2″.
The additions could position T-Mobile as the undisputed No. 3 in the USA wireless market.
The race between T-Mobile and Sprint for the title of third-largest cell service provider is getting ever closer.
Branded postpaid churn for the quarter finished at 1.3 percent, which T-Mo says is a record low. T-Mobile United States CEO John Legere explained the carrier’s porting ratio with AT&T Mobility increased sequentially from 1.8 to 1.9, dipped slightly with Verizon Wireless from 1.6 to 1.5; and remained flat with Sprint at 2.45. It came in conjunction with the company’s announcement it is extending its “Simple Choice” plan to customers in Canada and Mexico.
It’s important to keep in mind that these are preliminary results for T-Mobile’s second quarter. The company is also doubling its retail footprint by taking up shop in co-branded Sprint-RadioShack stores. T-Mobile, he said, was nimble in its creation of roaming partnerships Canada and Mexico, securing reciprocal deals with the number one and two carriers in both border countries.
Thursday was the latest in what T-Mobile has dubbed “Un-carrier Amped”.
The program launches next Wednesday, July 15.