T-Mobile will reveal its Q4 2015 and full-year 2015 results in February, but they couldn’t wait until then to share some of the good news.
that in Q4 2015, they added 2.1 million total customers, a figure that includes 1.3 million postpaid subs and 469,000 prepaid users. That means that Q4 2015 was the 11th quarter in a row that T-Mo added more than 1 million new customers and the 3rd quarter in a row with more than 2 million adds. Postpaid churn for the quarter finished at 1.46 percent, which is down 0.27 percent year-over-year.
Looking at 2015 as a whole, T-Mobile reports that they added 8.3 million customers, which is. That includes 4.5 million postpaid adds and 1.3 million prepaid adds. At the end of 2015, T-Mobile served more than 63 million customers.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere had this to say about today’s preliminary results:
“In 2015 we AGAIN saw 8.3 million customers come to T-Mobile, and 2.1 million in Q4 – marking 11 consecutive quarters of over 1 million net adds and 3 quarters in a row with more than 2 million total nets for the Un-carrier. That means we added 23,000 customers per day, EVERY DAY for the last two years, so trust me when I say we have NO plans to stop disrupting the status quo in wireless!”
It’s kind of crazy to think that T-Mo has added 23,000 customers every day for the past two years, but that’s what happens when 16.6 million customers join your network over a two-year period. While it remains to be seen exactly how long T-Mo can keep adding customers at the rate that they’ve been doing so, one thing that is clear is that the Un-carrier moves are working for John Legere and Co.
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