T-Mobile is expected to make its next Un-carrier move sometime today. But before the carrier decided to fulfill that promise, they gave a preview of the results of their Q4 2016 earnings.
According to T-Mobile's announcement, the carrier was able to add 2.1 million customers. Out of this number, 1.2 million belonged to postpaid net adds. Looking further into the postpaid net adds, 933,000 were phones. With T-Mobile's new report, it marks the 15th straight quarter that the company was able to add over a million customers.
It's impressive to know that the carrier was able to add a total of 8.2 million customers throughout 2016. This number includes 4.1 million postpaid customers as well as 2.5 million prepaid customers. Prior to last year, T-Mobile had a customer count of 63.3 million subscribers. Now that 2016 is over and the official count is added, the carrier is proud to boast that they now have a total number of 71.5 million customers.
A full look into T-Mobile's Q4 2016 results is set to be released next month so keep an eye out for it if you're interested in this development.