T-Mobile has unveiled an enticing upgrade program for the iPhone 6s, a deal clearly worked up to offer an interesting response to Apple?s own iPhone Upgrade Program. Indeed, the Magenta Network, which is as responsible as most for changing the landscape away from carrier contracts, is making it possible to get the new Apple flagship for as little as $5.
T-Mobile has had a stellar few years. The company came from being way behind the likes of Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon to shake up the carrier industry in the USA and even change it forever. In that process the Magenta Network put itself firmly in the mix with the other big four and has been recording impressive financial quarters to suggest a thriving business.
T-Mobile's amazing success continued as the carrier added over 1 million postpaid subscribers for the fourth consecutive quarter. The Magenta Network announced its financials for the quarter ending June 30th and revealed that 760,000 of those new customers were postpaid phone subscribers. Overall the company said that 2.1 million additions were made net, marking the ninth straight quarter that over 1 million new net customers have been added.
T-Mobile continued to impress financially by adding over 1 million new postpaid subscribers through the last three month period, marking the fourth consecutive quarter in which the company has done so. The additions meant the Magenta Network notched an 11% gain year-on-year compared to the same time in 2014, while the company added 2.1 million new customers net through the second quarter of this year.
T-Mobile has put itself on the map as a major carrier in recent years by taking on its rivals head on. The company did not dance around Verizon (the biggest carrier in the United States) but instead hit it on the nose and pulled its pants down. However, the company's latest media offensive against Big Red seems to be backfiring a little, so is the T-Mobile bubble bursting.
T-Mobile has grown hugely over the last few years by taking the fight to the likes of Verizon and AT&T, using its Uncarrier movement to give the consumer a potent alternative in the market. It has been a huge success and today the Magenta Network took aim at Verizon specifically with a new ad campaign that leaves it in no uncertain terms what T-Mobile thinks of the largest carrier in the United States.
Things may still be going very well for T-Mobile but the American carrier does have some problems too, with the company's CEO forced today to deny accusations that the network throttles high data networks. A Reddit post this week was filled with T-Mobile customers on the Unlimited 4G Data Plan complaining about what they think is data throttling.
T-Mobile has revealed its 2015 first quarter financial reports on Monday and the Magenta Network has had yet another fantastic three months. The company is on a roll that has been going for two years and during January through March T-Mobile added 1.8 million new subscribers to its services.
T-Mobile has been going from strength to strength for a couple of years now and the company's ascension continued through the last quarter and through 2014 as a whole. The Magenta Network added 2.1 million net subscribers in the United States throughout the fourth quarter period, while over the year 8.3 million new subscribers were added.
T-Mobile's new SCORE! Plan was leaked last week and now the carrier has pushed out the deal officially. It?s the company's latest uncarrier plan and it is pretty easy to get hold of. It is those customers who are pre-paid subscribers who paid full retail price (off plan) for their smartphone, even if you bought that handset away from the carrier.