There is a lot of good news - T-Mobile managed to actually add new customers for the first time in four years and churn dropped to its lowest in five years. At the same time, though, revenue dropped due to a general trend of postpaid customers leaving the carrier and getting replaced with prepaid ones.
Here is a quick rundown of T-Mobile’s financial highlights for Q1 2013:
- postpaid net loss of 199 000 customers, still a 61% improvement on the year
- 202 000 new prepaid customers
- 34 million total customers, up 579 000 on the year
- EBITDA amouns to $1.2 billion, down 7.5% on the year
T-Mobile is clearly undergoing a huge transitions, and while these results are not all rosy, growing subscribers s definitely a good start.