T-Mobile announced its quarterly earnings on Thursday and in its Q4 2011 financial statement, the carrier used the word iPhone seven times. In T-Mobile’s case, the iPhone wasn’t the bearer of good news, but the scapegoat for the carrier’s less-than-stellar performance this quarter.
T-Mobile now has 33.2 million customers, down from the 33.7 million in the previous quarter. It lost 526,000 net customers in the last three months of 2011 and its churn rate climbed to 4.0 percent. When explaining these negative changes, Philipp Humm — CEO and President of T-Mobile USA — sa…
Continue Reading Here
T-Mobile blames lack of iPhone for deactivations