T-Mobile has released preliminary results for Q4, showing the company continues its record-breaking growth rate.
According to the results, T-Mobile added 1.9 million subscribers in Q4, marking the 27th consecutive quarter the company has added at least 1 million subscribers. It also makes the 6th year in a row the company has added at least 5 million subscribers per year.
“T-Mobile delivered another incredible fourth quarter with strong customer growth, despite a very competitive environment – and we did it while lighting up the country’s first nationwide 5G network and working to close our merger with Sprint,” said John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile. “7 million net customers have chosen to join the Un-carrier movement in 2019, and they are choosing T-Mobile because we treat them right, we eliminate their pain points, and we are changing the rules of this industry for customers everywhere.”
T-Mobile is currently well behind Verizon and AT&T, in terms of overall subscribers, and is currently fighting a coalition of states who are suing to prevent T-Mobile from acquiring Sprint. Should the number three carrier prevail, it will help it significantly close the gap. With the benefits and liabilities a merger may bring, it will be interesting to see if T-Mobile continues its record-breaking growth rate.