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T-Mobile Drops 50,000 Subscribers

Following the news that AT&T purchase T-Mobile, it appears that the response from users is not as good as many thought that it would be. A recent report claims that T-Mobile has lost a total of 50,000 subscribers throughout the second quarter and also saw a decline in their revenue. The second-quarter results were reported on Thursday it was noted that the company lost a total of 50,000 subscribers over the second quarter alone. That is a huge draw, but it’s still not nearly as large as the total of 93,000 subscribers that the company lost one year previous to that. They have been hemorrhaging subscribers left and right and have not done a good job of keeping the subscribers that they do have.

 

It is clear that users were not happy with the fact that T-Mobile was purchased by AT&T. We have seen the total number of customers that they have subscribed fall substantially every quarter since the merger was first announced. AT&T has seen the total cost of the company perhaps not pan out in the way that they thought that it would. Things have changed drastically since they first purchased the company.

T-Mobile Drops 50,000 Subscribers

It will be interesting to see if they are able to put together a plan to get the subscribers back before the merger officially takes place. The purchase of T-Mobile from AT&T has not actually gone through yet, but it is clear that they are not looking for the subscriber base, and instead are looking to extend their network and put together a plan that makes sense. In all, the number of subscribers that they have lost over the course of the last few quarters has been a huge blow to the company’s subscriber base and it is clear that they are going to have to do something in order to regain the customers that they have lost. As contracts end, customers are jumping ship for greener pastures than AT&T, a company that has not had the best reputation as of late.

 

 

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