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T-Mobile Reigns In Almost 1 Million New Customers in Q4 2007

Tmobile2I was reading this post by Zach on BoyGenius regarding T-Mobiles latest Q4 results. I am surprised that T-Mobile is managing to stay relevant regardless of them being behind in the race towards 3G/4G. I always thought that data was the new voice for wireless carriers but T-Mobile seems to be proving that wrong. T-Mobile has managed to show some serious growth this past quarter.

Let me just point out two of the highlights Zach mentions. T-Mobile gained 951,000 new subscribers. That is a very nice figure. On top of that their myFaves service has really taken up with another 1.5 million users this past quarter.

Don’t get me wrong I switched from T-Mobile over a year ago due to reliability and reception issues but their price point is right on. I was paying $20 less for the same service on T-Mobile compared to AT&T. The problem was the T-Mobile did not work in my apartment.

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  1. I have t-moblie . Don’t have any drop calls.I had cellur one& [email protected] had drop calls all the time.

  2. Renee I have to agree with you in that regard. When I had t-mobile I only lost the call when I had no reception. With AT&T I have more reception but it drops calls more often or gives me the “call failed” annoying beep…

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