T-Mobile today shared its Q3 2015 numbers, and once again the magenta carrier has added customers.
T-Mo reports that it added 2.3 million customers in Q3 2015, including 1.085 million branded postpaid customers and 595,000 branded prepaid customers. With these numbers, Q3 2015 was the 10th straight quarter that T-Mo added more than 1 million customers and the 5th straight quarter with more than 1 million postpaid adds.
Once the dust settled and Q3 2015 ended, which happened on September 30, T-Mobile had 61.2 million customers.
Looking at churn, which is the rate at which customers stop using a service, T-Mo says that its branded postpaid churn for Q3 2015 finished at 1.46 percent. That’s up from 1.32 percent in Q2 2015 and down from 1.64 percent in Q3 2014.
Taking a peek at T-Mo’s financial numbers shows that the carrier pulled in $6.3 billion in service revenues in Q3 2015, up from $5.7 million in Q3 2014. T-Mobile’s total revenues for Q3 2015 finished at $7.8 billion, up from $7.3 billion in Q3 2014.
Finally, T-Mobile gave an update on its network. T-Mo’s LTE covers more than 300 million people, while Wideband LTE — which offers increased bandwidth and capacity — is in 245 markets, with the goal of passing 260 markets by the end of 2015. There’s also T-Mobile Extended Range LTE — which offers better reach and building penetration — in 204 markets. T-Mo expects its Extended Range LTE to be in more than 350 markets by year-end.
T-Mobile will hold an earnings call at 10:00 am ET today to discuss its results, so stay tuned for anything interesting that CEO John Legere may have to say. If you’d like to ask a question, you can Tweet at @TMobileIR using $TMUS or send a text to 313131 and include TMUS and a space.