T-Mobile on pace to add more than 2.1 million total subscribers in Q3 2015
At the Goldman Sachs 24th Annual Communacopia conference held in New York on Friday, US wireless carrier T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere revealed that the total number of subscribers which the carrier has added during the 2015 third quarter will exceed 2.1 million.
According to the details shared by Legere, T-Mobile has already made more than 2.1 million net additions in the third quarter so far. The quarter will come to an end on September 30.
Legere also said that, of the more than 2.1 million net additions in the third quarter, T-Mobile has already matched the 1 million postpaid net additions as well as the 760,000 postpaid phone additions which it had reported in the second quarter.
Furthermore, Legere also said that T-Mobile the new additions which it has made in the third quarter are already three-fold higher than the prepaid net additions which it reported in the second quarter, when it added 178,000 prepaid customers.
The disclosure by Legere means that T-Mobile is apparently on track to report a solid 2015 third quarter. About the reasons behind T-Mobile’s success, Legere said that the carrier has been listening to its customers and continuing with its ‘Un-carrier’ plan “to fix and change a broken and arrogant industry.”
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