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T-Mobile USA Releases Q2 Results, Loses Customers In Q2

According to BoyGeniusReport, T-Mobile's Q2 figures indicate that T-Mobile has increased their revenue, but has lost 93,000 subscribers, which is an increase of 16,000 from the 77,000 customers lost last quarter. In better news, T-Mobile has experienced an increase revenues from 3G data plans likely due to interest in 3G enabled devices.

Below is a statement from T-Mobile USA's CEO Robert Dotson:

"In the second quarter of 2010, customers embraced T-Mobile USA’s industry leading value which makes it simple and affordable for consumers to trade-up to next generation products and services."

Engadget notes that "thanks to a huge push into the smartphone space with devices like the HD2 and the myTouch 3G Slide -- enough of a push, in fact, so that it recorded slightly higher revenues in the second quarter of 2010 both year-over-year and against the first quarter ($5.36 billion in total)."

In a positive note, Android Central adds that Q3 will likely see better numbers:

"...these numbers don't reflect the launch of the Samsung Vibrant, which by all indications has sold quite well for T-Mobile. Plus, TMO is supposed to be announcing their first fully HSPA+ compliant device soon and a rumored dual-core Snapdragon phone might be coming, both of which should give them something to brag about."

Other Sources: Android Central, Engadget, TalkAndroid

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Source: BoyGeniusReport

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