T-Mobile grows subscribers for the first time in four years in Q1 2013, but revenue drops
0. phoneArena 08 May 2013, 03:24 posted on
There’s a lot going on at T-Mobile recently - it unveiled its UNcarrier initiative and rebranding getting rid of two-year contracts, and its merger with MetroPCS got approved…
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2. Note2waitingonNote3 (banned) (Posts: 87; Member since: 19 Mar 2013)
T-Mobile is Definitely number 1. 2013 will be real big
3. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4154; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
Good to see them recovering. When it comes to carriers, Verizon is the best if you want coverage, and T-Mobile is the best if you want value. Luckily for me, I live in an area where I T-Mobile has 4G and Verizon is stuck on 3G, so I get to enjoy both value and coverage. :)
4. TheMan (Posts: 430; Member since: 21 Sep 2012)
T-Mobile's definitely a favorite of mine because of what they've accomplished in moving from a strict 2G value play a few years ago to a national player.
But they're definitely not the value they once were with the new plans. The subsidy transparency's a great thing for the consumer -- especially if the others adopt it -- but where a family might save $30-$50 on T-Mobile once, it's now closer to parity (under $20) with Verizon and AT&T. That'll mean it'll have to rely that much more on network performance and less on dollars and cents.
I'm not so sure that's a good thing for the budget-minded
5. corporateJP (Posts: 2233; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
Well, now that they have the iPhone, get ready for those margins to crunch tighter.