Kantar: T-Mobile accounted for over 13% of all smartphones sold in the U.S. from June through August
0. phoneArena 01 Oct 2013, 12:38 posted on
Led by a CEO who would rather break the mold than comfortably fit in one, Kantar Worldpanel's data reveals that T-Mobile reversed a year-on-year decline in smartphone sales from June through August; during that period, the nation's fourth largest carrier accounted for 13.2% of smartphone sales in the U.S., a gain of 1.1 percentage points...
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1. jamesedward318 (Posts: 68; Member since: 25 Dec 2010)
There is something about T-Mobile that is kinda calling my name and I don't know why.
9. QWIKSTRIKE (Posts: 628; Member since: 09 Mar 2010)
You like being with a last place carrier, and dare to be different
2. tomn1ce (Posts: 92; Member since: 12 Mar 2012)
I noticed during that same period tmobile was offering many of their top of the line phones with zero down but at the same time they increased the monthly payment up to $25-27 or somewhere around that price range.
3. JunitoNH (Posts: 649; Member since: 15 Feb 2012)
If T-Mobile manages to improve their coverage, there's no reason for them not to over take Sprint and AT&T.
5. Shatter (Posts: 1652; Member since: 29 May 2013)
A couple months ago outside of my city it was only 2G, if I go out there now its 4g/4g LTE everywhere. It needs improvement but they are currently improving it.
7. promise7 (Posts: 162; Member since: 03 Jul 2013)
I can see them taking over Sprint for third, but I doubt they'll ever reach AT&T and Verizon numbers.
8. QWIKSTRIKE (Posts: 628; Member since: 09 Mar 2010)
If you see that happening you better get those bifocals strengthened....check their coverage map and this time use a magnifying glass to assist those faulty bifocals you are wearing
4. mikel45365 (Posts: 9; Member since: 07 Feb 2009)
how is this news...they are the 4th smallest carrier and had the fourth smallest percentage...seems like they are just keeping pace
6. g2a5b0e (Posts: 1386; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
Fourth largest, not fourth smallest. The point of this is that their market share of phones sold is increasing which means things are looking up for them.