T-Mobile’s Q3 2019 numbers are in.
T-Mobile reports that it combined 1.7 million new business in a third entertain of 2019, creation it a 26th true entertain that T-Mo has combined some-more than 1 million new subscribers. Of that 1.7 million, there were 1.1 million branded postpaid net additions and 62,000 branded prepaid net additions, with that latter figure adult 27,000 year-over-year.
At a finish of Q3 2019, T-Mobile had a sum of 84.2 million customers.
The Q3 2019 formula also embody some record-breaking financials. T-Mobile says that it pulled in record use revenues of $8.6 billion, adult from $8.1 billion in the year-ago quarter. Total revenues grew, too, going from $11.0 billion in Q3 2018 to $11.1 billion in Q3 2019.
On a network side of things, T-Mobile says that a 600MHz LTE coverage is 200 million people and scarcely 8,300 cities and towns in 48 states and Puerto Rico. To compare, T-Mo’s 600MHz LTE reached 156 million people and scarcely 6,600 cities and 156 million people in Q2 2019.
Also of note is that when we mix 600MHz and 700MHz, T-Mobile’s low-band LTE covers 311 million people. In total, T-Mo says that a 4G LTE network reaches 326 million people.
Today’s news also records that Voice over LTE (VoLTE) done adult 90% of all calls on a T-Mobile network in Q3 2019, adult from 85% in a year-ago quarter. Carrier assembly is live in 956 markets, an boost from 904 markets in Q3 2018, while 4×4 MIMO accessibility has grown to 683 markets. 256 QAM is accessible opposite T-Mobile’s whole 4G LTE footprint, and License Assisted Access (LAA) is accessible in 29 cities: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, Sacramento, San Diego, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.
T-Mobile also overwhelmed quickly on a 5G network skeleton today. It says that a mmWave 5G network that’s live in 6 cities — New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Cleveland, and Las Vegas — will be stretched and extended over time by continued deployments and a further of new high-band spectrum. T-Mo also says that a mid-band spectrum will now be indifferent for LTE and that if it closes a partnership with Sprint, it will muster 5G on Sprint’s new 2.5GHz spectrum.
Finally, T-Mo reiterated a skeleton to launch 600MHz 5G “on a national footprint” after this year.
T-Mobile is hosting an gain call to plead a Q3 2019 formula this afternoon. I’ll be listening in and will news behind with any engaging tidbits that John Legere and Co. have to share.
UPDATE: T-Mobile CEO John Legere pronounced that he now expects a T-Mobile-Sprint partnership will be available to tighten in early 2020. Legere also teased a new Un-carrier announcement for Nov 7th that he referred to as “New T-Mobile Un-carrier 1.0”.
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