T-Mobile grows customers in Q1 2012
1. remixfa posted on 10 May 2012, 07:17 5 1
thats a pretty healthy swing from the Q4 numbers. I guess they can survive without bowing to apple after all, eh? lol
2. gwuhua1984 posted on 10 May 2012, 11:01 2 0
The sale rep I talked to last week says that things has been going well for them. I'm guessing that this quarter will continue to be good for T-Mo, HTC One S has been selling well according to them also, a positive for HTC.
3. remixfa posted on 10 May 2012, 12:13 2 0
Yea, sales were way better in jan/feb than they were in nov/dec. It was stupid slow over the holidays then it picked up a lot like a week into Jan.
4. taco50 (banned) posted on 10 May 2012, 12:35 0 4
Lost 510,000 postpaid subscribers. That's why T-Mobile wants the iPhone. Postpaid is where the money is at.
5. gwuhua1984 posted on 10 May 2012, 12:51 1 0
I think the main point is that T-Mo grew in 1st quarter, that also shows that they could grow without offering the iPhone. T-Mo is looking at the current, not the past. They've lost and now they've gained (without offering iPhone), your comment of T-Mo wanting the iPhone would of worked for 2011 4th quarter, but surely wouldn't work now.
6. taco50 (banned) posted on 10 May 2012, 13:02 0 3
They lost half a million postpaid subscribers. If they continue this pattern they'll be another Metro pcs if they don't go out of business.
7. gwuhua1984 posted on 10 May 2012, 13:25 2 0
Read the Q1 2012 press release from T-Mo. The losses is smaller compared to 4th quarter and 2011 1st quarter. The company currently serves 33.4 million compared to the last quarter of 33.2 million. Either way it's a positive sign for T-Mo.
8. remixfa posted on 10 May 2012, 13:31 2 0
maybe you should look at their plans before you go commenting on something you dont know much about.
Contract Value - unl talk text and 2gig web throttle = 60 a month
Prepaid - unl talk text and 2gig web throttle= 60 a month.
contract value - unl talk, text and 5 gig web throttle = 75 a month
prepaid unl talk, text, and 5 gig web throttle = 70 a month.
Tmobile is positioning themselves as a wholesale high speed carrier. With the introduction of the 1900mhz spectrum, they are officially compatible with almost all GSM phones, not just the iPhone which is obviously a +. I've been trying to get it through your head for months, but your oblivious.
Why do people even bother with contract at those prices? Because they can bill the phone to the account, add insurance & warranties, take advantage of any sales that might come along on Value upgrades, and the like.
9. Leon101 posted on 10 May 2012, 13:41 2 0
Thats good tmobile but you guys would do even better if you guys release the Galaxy Note because alot of people is waiting for that to arrive to tmobile!!!