Group boasts of “record” Q3 results, but numbers shadowed by strategic and operational challenges. Dividend trimmed to keep spend taps flowing and offset US and balance sheet pressures. Capex guidance raised. German broadband “softness” tackled. Leadership looks forward to All-IP completion for German go-to-market. Romanian difficulties continue: “all possibilities” ...
DT and TMUS emphasise continuity and aggression with leadership change, 5G acceleration, and extension of Un-Carrier initiatives to New T‑Mobile era. Legere to step down in May 2020, with WeWork posting a possibility.
Spectrum-hungry TMUS still facing major resistance in mid-band liberalisation drive. FCC final order on issue may happen in November 2019. 5G Plus Plan seems TMUS’ best bet for C‑Band win.
ESChat, a push‑to-talk (PTT) solutions provider, flagged it had launched its broadband PTT service on T‑Mobile US’ (TMUS) network, after a six‑month soft launch period.
T‑Mobile US (TMUS) Chief Executive John Legere took to his Twitter account to exploit rival AT&T’s announcement that it was planning to exit Puerto Rico.
T‑Mobile US (TMUS) and Sprint ticked another box in the regulatory approval list for their prospective mega–merger, securing a green light from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
BT Federal close to participating in US government’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions project.
The T‑Mobile US (TMUS)-backed Mobile Authentication Taskforce was set to unveil its long-mooted ZenKey mobile authentication platform at the Mobile World Congress Americas 2019 trade fair in Los Angeles, during late‑October 2019.
T‑Mobile US (TMUS) appeared to be planning a family-oriented adjunct to the SyncUP DRIVE connected-car product set it launched in 2016 (Deutsche Telekomwatch, #58).
T‑Mobile US (TMUS) revealed it was working with Microsoft on the software giant’s beta release (or “preview”) of Project xCloud, an Xbox games-streaming service for smartphones and tablets.
T‑Mobile US (TMUS) updated its Test Drive customer acquisition scheme with an offering that enables users to evaluate its network for a longer period, and seemingly with less hassle.
T‑Mobile US (TMUS) was said to have filed an application with Washington State authorities to designate parts of Bellevue, Redmond, and Seattle as a 5G Innovation Partnership Zone.
The City of New York (NYC) filed a complaint against T‑Mobile US (TMUS), alleging deceptive sales practices at the NatCo’s Metro by T‑Mobile-branded prepaid operation.
T‑Mobile US (TMUS) President and Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert looked to leave the door ajar for a legal settlement that could tie down its mega‑merger with Sprint.