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T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.OQ)

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Thu, Nov 8 2018

Deutsche Telekom ups guidance again as U.S. unit performs

FRANKFURT, Nov 8 Deutsche Telekom on Thursday raised its outlook for the third time this year on the back of a strong performance at its U.S. unit T-Mobile, which is seeking the green light from regulators to take over Sprint Corp.

T-Mobile exceeds expectations for phone subscribers, profit

T-Mobile US Inc on Tuesday exceeded Wall Street's quarterly estimates for net new phone subscribers and profit, driven by its competitive wireless plans and trade-in offers for iPhones aimed at fending off its bigger rivals.

UPDATE 3-T-Mobile exceeds expectations for phone subscribers, profit

Oct 30 T-Mobile US Inc on Tuesday exceeded Wall Street's quarterly estimates for net new phone subscribers and profit, driven by its competitive wireless plans and trade-in offers for iPhones aimed at fending off its bigger rivals.

UPDATE 2-T-Mobile exceeds expectations for phone subscribers, profit

Oct 30 T-Mobile US Inc on Tuesday exceeded Wall Street's quarterly estimates for net new phone subscribers and profit, driven by its competitive wireless plans and trade-in offers for iPhones aimed at fending off its bigger rivals.

T-Mobile beats phone subscriber estimates

Oct 30 T-Mobile US Inc beat Wall Street's quarterly estimates for net new phone subscribers who pay a monthly bill, driven by competitive wireless plans and trade-in offers for iPhones aimed at fending off its bigger rivals.

China's OnePlus, backed by Qualcomm and T-Mobile, launches smartphone in U.S

HONG KONG/NEW YORK A Chinese smartphone company whose high-end products are little known outside a tech-savvy niche entered the U.S. market on Monday with the backing of two key local allies - chipmaking giant Qualcomm and mobile operator T-Mobile US Inc - and no questions from U.S. regulators. | Video

China's OnePlus, backed by Qualcomm and T-Mobile, launches smartphone in U.S

HONG KONG/NEW YORK A Chinese smartphone company whose high-end products are little known outside a tech-savvy niche entered the U.S. market on Monday with the backing of two key local allies - chipmaking giant Qualcomm and mobile operator T-Mobile US Inc - and no questions from U.S. regulators. | Video

UPDATE 1-China's OnePlus, backed by Qualcomm and T-Mobile, launches smartphone in U.S.

HONG KONG/NEW YORK, Oct 29 A Chinese smartphone company whose high-end products are little known outside a tech-savvy niche entered the U.S. market on Monday with the backing of two key local allies - chipmaking giant Qualcomm and mobile operator T-Mobile US Inc - and no questions from U.S. regulators.

China's OnePlus, backed by Qualcomm and T-Mobile, launches smartphone in U.S.

HONG KONG, Oct 29 A five-year old Chinese smartphone company whose high-end products are little known outside a tech-savvy niche is entering the U.S. market on Monday with the backing of two key local allies: chipmaking giant Qualcomm and mobile operator T-Mobile.

T-Mobile revamps prepaid brand to spruce up image

T-Mobile US Inc said Monday it is renaming its prepaid brand to Metro by T-Mobile and adding two new unlimited phone plans that will include perks like Google One cloud storage and Amazon Prime, in an effort to remove the perception that prepaid plans have subpar service.

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