It was first time in more than four years that T-Mobile hadn’t
lost so-called postpaid customers.
Wow. I wonder how they turned it around?
The fourth-largest U.S. carrier had long been a source of
customers for its rivals, but has become a more formidable
competitor after landing the iPhone in April, investing in a new
high-speed network and rolling out plans that don’t tie
subscribers to contracts.
I’ll bet it was the high-speed network and the new plans.
★ Thursday, 8 August 2013