2day In T-Mobile
by Da'Von B.
To lose 55,000 subscribers and have income down 48% in the June quarter isn’t a good thing, considering the aggressive marketing push that the company released throughout the states touting their “4G” (it’s really not 4G but that’s for another post for another day) and looking down upon other carriers whose subscriber numbers make T-Mobile’s look anemic. Maybe the acquisition by AT&T won’t be too much of a bad thing, but overall T-Mobile isn’t doing anything substantially great, the ideal position for T-Mobile would be an acquisition by Sprint (since they’re moving to LTE a standard T-Mobile is/was transitioning to) where regulators could potentially see stronger competition compared to the AT&T acquisition. Either way T-Mobile needs a suitor, and should probable slow down on ads like this, they obviously haven’t helped.