T-Mobile’s Q2 2016 numbers are in, and the Un-carrier added another boatload of customers.
T-Mobile said today that it added 1.9 million total customers in Q2 2016, making it the 13th straight quarter that T-Mo gained more than 1 million new subs. Of that 1.9 million, 890,000 were branded postpaid customers (646,000 of which were postpaid phone adds), while 476,000 were branded prepaid adds. Postpaid churn for the quarter finished at 1.27 percent, down from 1.32 percent in Q2 2015.
At the end of Q2 2016, T-Mobile had 67.4 million customers, up from 58.9 million one year ago.
T-Mobile pulled in $9.2 billion in total revenues for the quarter, up from $8.2 billion in Q2 2015. Net income dropped a bit year over year, though, going from $361 million in Q2 2015 to $225 million in Q2 2016.
Also included in today’s announcement was an update on T-Mobile’s network. T-Mo says that its LTE service now reaches 311 million people, up from 308 million in Q1 2016. T-Mobile’s Wideband LTE coverage now reaches 224 million people, while Extended Range LTE covers more than 200 million people in 350 markets. T-Mo plans to roll out additional Extended Range LTE coverage in the second half of 2016 in cities like San Francisco, Phoenix, San Diego, and Las Vegas.
T-Mo says that it recently closed deals to acquire more of the 700MHz A-Block spectrum that it uses for Extended Range LTE. Most of these deals will close in the second half of 2016. They cover 59 million POPs and include cities like Chicago, Nashville, Salt Lake City, and Columbus.
Finally, T-Mobile CEO John Legere gave an update on the T-Mobile Tuesdays program. Legere says that the T-Mobile Tuesdays apps have been downloaded nearly five million times and that customers have clicked to redeem eight million offers.