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    T‑Mobile Delivers Industry‑Leading Customer and Cash Flow Growth in Q3 2022 and Raises 2022 Guidance

    https://www.t-mobile.com/news/busine...-2022-earnings

    Industry-Leading Growth in Postpaid and Broadband Customers(1)

    Postpaid net account additions of 394 thousand, best in industry and highest in company history
    Postpaid net customer additions of 1.6 million, more than AT&T and Verizon combined
    Postpaid phone net customer additions of 854 thousand, best in industry and highest since merger
    Postpaid phone churn of 0.88%, only operator to improve year-over-year
    High Speed Internet net customer additions of 578 thousand, best in industry for fourth consecutive quarter

    Strong Financial Results Drive Guidance Raise for the Third Consecutive Quarter in 2022

    Service revenues of $15.4 billion grew 4% year-over-year, including industry-leading Postpaid service revenue growth of 7%
    Net income of $508 million and diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $0.40 decreased year-over-year primarily due to merger-related costs and loss related to the anticipated sale of the wireline business amounting to a combined impact of $1.8 billion, net of tax, or $1.41 per share
    Core Adjusted EBITDA(2) of $6.7 billion grew 11% year-over-year, best growth in industry and raising guidance
    Net cash provided by operating activities of $4.4 billion grew 26% year-over-year, best growth in industry and raising guidance
    Free Cash Flow(2) of $2.1 billion grew 32% year-over-year, best growth in industry and raising guidance
    Repurchased 4.9 million shares of common stock in the quarter for a total purchase price of $669 million

    5G Network Delivers Differentiated Customer Experience and Drives Overall Network Leadership

    Further extended network leadership as the nations largest, fastest, most reliable and most awarded 5G network
    Ultra Capacity 5G covers 250 million people, as many as Verizon plans to cover more than two years from now

    Significant Integration Milestone Accomplished with Network Decommissioning Substantially Complete

    Raising merger synergies guidance range to $5.7 billion to $5.8 billion in 2022

    Bellevue, WA October 27, 2022 T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) reported third quarter 2022 results today, leading the industry in postpaid and broadband customer growth and raising 2022 guidance for the third consecutive quarter. The companys differentiated growth strategy and industry-best year-over-year postpaid phone churn improvement drove the highest postpaid service revenue and cash flow growth in the industry. The companys sustained performance and significant progress on integration allowed T-Mobile to receive full investment grade ratings from all three rating agencies and board approval to commence a share repurchase program for up to $14 billion of the companys common stock through September 2023.

    "Weve always said our aspiration was to be the first and only provider to offer customers both the best network and the best value without having to sacrifice one for the other and based on another set of standout customer and financial results for Q3, it's clear were delivering on that promise," said Mike Sievert, CEO of T-Mobile. "On the heels of our highest ever postpaid account net additions and industry-leading postpaid and broadband customer growth, we are raising guidance for the third time this year. Our Un-carrier playbook continues to win in this ever-changing competitive and macro-economic climate and our momentum is only getting stronger.

    Industry-Leading Growth in Postpaid and Broadband Customers

    Postpaid net account additions of 394 thousand increased 126 thousand year-over-year.
    Postpaid net customer additions of 1.6 million increased 368 thousand year-over-year.
    Postpaid phone net customer additions of 854 thousand increased 181 thousand year-over-year, leading the industry for the first time since Q1 2021. Postpaid phone churn of 0.88% improved by 8 basis points year-over-year.
    Prepaid net customer additions of 105 thousand increased 39 thousand year-over-year. Prepaid churn of 2.88% improved by 2 basis points year-over-year.
    High Speed Internet net customer additions of 578 thousand were a record high, and T-Mobile ended the quarter with over 2.1 million High Speed Internet customers.
    Total net customer additions of 1.7 million increased 407 thousand year-over-year and the total customer count increased to a record high of nearly 112 million.

    Strong Financial Results

    Total service revenues increased 4% year-over-year to $15.4 billion, which included Postpaid service revenue growth of 7% year-over-year driven by continued customer growth.
    Net income of $508 million and Diluted EPS of $0.40 decreased year-over-year primarily due to the impacts in the current quarter, net of tax, associated with merger-related costs of $972 million, or $0.77 per share and loss related to the anticipated sale of the wireline business of $803 million, or $0.64 per share.
    Core Adjusted EBITDA increased 11% year-over-year to $6.7 billion primarily due to Service revenue growth and increased synergy realization.
    Net cash provided by operating activities increased 26% year-over-year to $4.4 billion, which included cash payments for merger-related costs of $942 million.
    Cash purchases of property and equipment, including capitalized interest, increased 23% year-over-year to $3.6 billion driven by the accelerated build-out of the nationwide 5G network.
    Free Cash Flow increased 32% year-over-year to $2.1 billion, which included cash payments for merger-related costs of $942 million.

    5G Network Delivers Differentiated Customer Experience and Drives Overall Network Leadership

    T-Mobile is the leader in 5G with the countrys largest, fastest, most reliable and most awarded 5G network. The Un-carriers Extended Range 5G covers 97% of Americans, reaching more square miles than Verizon and AT&T combined, and its super-fast Ultra Capacity 5G covers 250 million people nationwide. Nearly 55% of T-Mobiles postpaid customers have a 5G phone.

    T-Mobiles most awarded 5G network continues to lead the nation:

    Ookla: In its Q3 Speedtest Global Index Market Analysis of mobile providers, T-Mobile placed first in almost every category:
    Winning as the fastest overall provider with the fastest download and upload speeds, highest consistency and best overall video score.
    For 5G specific performance, T-Mobile was ranked #1 for 5G download speeds and 5G availability and was unsurpassed for 5G video score and 5G consistency.
    T-Mobiles median 5G download speeds were even faster than Comcast, Verizon, and AT&Ts fixed broadband median download speeds.
    Opensignal: In its 2022 5G Global Mobile Network Experience Awards, T-Mobile won big for having the best 5G availability and reach in the world.
    umlaut: In its latest 5G Network Performance Audit Report, T-Mobile was once again named as the most reliable 5G network in the country with the best coverage, stability and speeds.

    Raising 2022 Merger Synergies Guidance on Accelerated Integration Progress

    T-Mobile achieved a huge milestone with the network decommissioning substantially complete, less than 2.5 years post-merger closing, and more than a year ahead of the original merger plan.

    Based on the continued strength of execution, T-Mobile is raising its merger synergies guidance range to $5.7 billion to $5.8 billion in 2022, up from the previous range of $5.4 billion to $5.6 billion.

    Approximately $2.4 billion of selling, general and administrative (SG&A) expense reductions
    Approximately $2.0 billion to $2.1 billion of cost of service expense reductions achieved through network efficiencies
    Approximately $1.3 billion of savings related to avoided network site builds

    Raising 2022 Guidance Again

    Postpaid net customer additions are expected to be between 6.2 million and 6.4 million, an increase from prior guidance of 6.0 million to 6.3 million.
    Core Adjusted EBITDA, which is Adjusted EBITDA less lease revenues, is expected to be between $26.2 billion and $26.4 billion, an increase from prior guidance of $26.0 billion to $26.3 billion.
    Merger-related costs are expected to be between $4.8 billion and $5.0 billion before taxes, an increase from prior guidance of $4.7 billion to $5.0 billion. These costs are excluded from Core Adjusted EBITDA but will impact Net income, Net cash provided from operating activities and Free Cash Flow.
    Net cash provided by operating activities, including payments for Merger-related costs, is expected to be between $16.3 billion and $16.5 billion, an increase from prior guidance of $16.0 billion to $16.3 billion.
    Cash purchases of property and equipment, including capitalized interest, are expected to be between $13.7 billion to $13.9 billion, an increase from prior guidance of $13.5 billion to $13.7 billion, reflecting T-Mobiles accelerated build-out of its nationwide 5G network and purchases of High Speed Internet routers.
    Free Cash Flow, including payments for Merger-related costs, is expected to be between $7.4 billion and $7.6 billion, an increase from prior guidance of $7.3 billion to $7.6 billion. Free Cash Flow guidance does not assume any material net cash inflows from securitization.

    Doing Better by Doing Good the Un-carrier Way

    T-Mobile continues to stay true to its commitment to use its network, scale and resources for good, building a more connected, equitable and sustainable future. Most recently:

    T-Mobile published its second annual Corporate Responsibility Report, sharing its progress to bridge the digital divide, provide equitable opportunities and support a thriving planet.
    Through Project 10Million, T-Mobile has made offering reliable and affordable connectivity to students a priority, investing $3.65 billion in services to connect more than 4.3 million students since 2020.
    T-Mobile received multiple recognitions in the third quarter, including:
    Finalist in Fast Companys 2022 Best Workplaces for Innovators in both the Diversity and Sustainability categories
    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2022 Green Power Leadership award
    Leading Disability Employer by The National Organization on Disability
    T-Mobiles Emergency Management and Community Support teams supported more than 10,000 people during Hurricanes Ian and Fiona with thousands of supplies including smart phones, hot spots and charging banks, as well as free Wi-Fi connectivity.
    As part of T-Mobiles commitment to bring 5G to rural America and support economic and community development, the Un-carrier has given more than $5.5 million to date to kick-start 125 community development projects across 37 states.

    Financial Results

    For more details on T-Mobiles Q3 2022 financial results, including the Investor Factbook with detailed financial tables, please visit T-Mobile US, Inc.s Investor Relations website at https://investor.t-mobile.com.
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    But, how many of those are free lines? Eventually its going to bite them in the butt.

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    I'm sure that TMobile has plans to bump rates/add fees/discontinue legacy plans (or force to newer). For now, this works for them.

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    This is simply a result of "they suck more than us ". I personally had had enough of a decades plus with ATT after decades of being forced to rely on craptacular service from Verizon and moved to T-Mobile for the price never expecting the stellar reception and customer care I've had this last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainBikerMark View Post
    This is simply a result of "they suck more than us ". I personally had had enough of a decades plus with ATT after decades of being forced to rely on craptacular service from Verizon and moved to T-Mobile for the price never expecting the stellar reception and customer care I've had this last year.
    I suspect that the 'craptacular' service from AT&T / VZW may be a part of it ... I suspect that it also has to do with an increase in tax/fees
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orlimar1 View Post
    But, how many of those are free lines? Eventually its going to bite them in the butt.
    do you know how to read a financial statement?

    Strong Financial Results

    Total service revenues increased 4% year-over-year to $15.4 billion, which included Postpaid service revenue growth of 7% year-over-year driven by continued customer growth.
    Net income of $508 million and Diluted EPS of $0.40 decreased year-over-year primarily due to the impacts in the current quarter, net of tax, associated with merger-related costs of $972 million, or $0.77 per share and loss related to the anticipated sale of the wireline business of $803 million, or $0.64 per share.
    Core Adjusted EBITDA increased 11% year-over-year to $6.7 billion primarily due to Service revenue growth and increased synergy realization.
    Net cash provided by operating activities increased 26% year-over-year to $4.4 billion, which included cash payments for merger-related costs of $942 million.
    Cash purchases of property and equipment, including capitalized interest, increased 23% year-over-year to $3.6 billion driven by the accelerated build-out of the nationwide 5G network.
    Free Cash Flow increased 32% year-over-year to $2.1 billion, which included cash payments for merger-related costs of $942 million.

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    T‑Mobile Delivers Industry‑Leading Customer and Cash Flow Growth in Q3 2022 and Raises 2022 Guidance

    Quote Originally Posted by trees12 View Post
    do you know how to read a financial statement?

    Strong Financial Results

    Total service revenues increased 4% year-over-year to $15.4 billion, which included Postpaid service revenue growth of 7% year-over-year driven by continued customer growth.
    Net income of $508 million and Diluted EPS of $0.40 decreased year-over-year primarily due to the impacts in the current quarter, net of tax, associated with merger-related costs of $972 million, or $0.77 per share and loss related to the anticipated sale of the wireline business of $803 million, or $0.64 per share.
    Core Adjusted EBITDA increased 11% year-over-year to $6.7 billion primarily due to Service revenue growth and increased synergy realization.
    Net cash provided by operating activities increased 26% year-over-year to $4.4 billion, which included cash payments for merger-related costs of $942 million.
    Cash purchases of property and equipment, including capitalized interest, increased 23% year-over-year to $3.6 billion driven by the accelerated build-out of the nationwide 5G network.
    Free Cash Flow increased 32% year-over-year to $2.1 billion, which included cash payments for merger-related costs of $942 million.
    Thats not a financial statement, thats a press release, when you read the actual financial statement, its a little bit different. They missed on revenue, missed on net income, and net profit is down 25% yoy. Probably why the stock is down slightly today, though it did rise 7% after the report. Wasnt a bad quarter, but not amazing either. All 3 carriers have reached of the point where natural growth has slowed to a crawl and the vast majority of growth is now coming from existing customers. All 3 have postpaid churns around 1%. What T-Mobile does better than the other 2 is 1. They limit their mvno partners from being able to undercut or steal existing postpaid. Verizon especially has this issue right now with the 2 big cable providers. The second thing T-Mobile does better than the other 2 is give incentives for existing customers to add lines.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Theghostlad82 View Post
    That’s not a financial statement, that’s a press release, when you read the actual financial statement, it’s a little bit different. They missed on revenue, missed on net income, and net profit is down 25% yoy. Probably why the stock is down slightly today, though it did rise 7% after the report. Wasn’t a bad quarter, but not amazing either. All 3 carriers have reached of the point where natural growth has slowed to a crawl and the vast majority of growth is now coming from existing customers. All 3 have postpaid churns around 1%. What T-Mobile does better than the other 2 is 1. They limit their mvno partners from being able to undercut or steal existing postpaid. Verizon especially has this issue right now with the 2 big cable providers. The second thing T-Mobile does better than the other 2 is give incentives for existing customers to add lines.


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    I am a CPA so I am aware of what a financial statement looks like.

    I quoted what I quoted because the “press release” talks about things in their financial statement. T-Mobile did amazing and much better than the other 2.

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    T‑Mobile Delivers Industry‑Leading Customer and Cash Flow Growth in Q3 2022 and Raises 2022 Guidance

    Quote Originally Posted by trees12 View Post
    I am a CPA so I am aware of what a financial statement looks like.

    I quoted what I quoted because the press release talks about things in their financial statement. T-Mobile did amazing and much better than the other 2.
    Thats great you know the difference, then you also would realize you were incorrect in asking the other poster if they could read a financial statement, then quoting a press release. Any company can say anything they want in a press release, of course the press release highlighted the positives, it also disregards and hides the negatives. It paints an incomplete picture, or I should say it paints the picture the company wants people to think. T-Mobile did fine, AT&T did fine, Verizon did fine. Verizon and AT&T made more money than T-Mobile, and T-Mobile added more new lines. Another thing about financial reports is its hard to actually compare the 3 carriers, when doing so, you must use perspective. Verizon beat revenue estimates with 34b in reported revenue. T-Mobile would kill to have a quarterly result like that, but for Verizon its considered a mixed result. For Verizon, user growth is stagnant, but revenue is growing. Is that better or worse than T-Mobile where they are seeing user growth, but not overly seeing the revenue growth that analysts expect? Who won? Verizon or T-Mobile? Depends on perspective.


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    TBH, I'm not surprised that overall profits are down year over year. They've got a LOT of CAPEX going on with 5g / 5g UC and decomm of Sprint networks. The press releases are typically fluff/spin on the actual financial statement to appease the masses with something readable, and promote the bleep out of it. T-Mobile is going after the masses (which is what they need to do regardless) by being a lower cost carrier, and have expanded their footprint. They aren't Verizon or AT&T in terms of coverage (even if their promotions of 'largest 5G' make one think that their coverage is the best). They're going for the larger urban jungle where the majority of all customers are. This is a no-brainer, as they have the network spectrum to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    TBH, I'm not surprised that overall profits are down year over year. They've got a LOT of CAPEX going on with 5g / 5g UC and decomm of Sprint networks. The press releases are typically fluff/spin on the actual financial statement to appease the masses with something readable, and promote the bleep out of it. T-Mobile is going after the masses (which is what they need to do regardless) by being a lower cost carrier, and have expanded their footprint. They aren't Verizon or AT&T in terms of coverage (even if their promotions of 'largest 5G' make one think that their coverage is the best). They're going for the larger urban jungle where the majority of all customers are. This is a no-brainer, as they have the network spectrum to do it.
    Fair analysis, and I agree with most, it just amuses me when I read posts or press releases claiming a carrier won after a financial statement. They all won, none of them are doing bad, or are in any type of trouble. Not to mention it makes it impossible to judge who won as it totally depends on, as I said earlier, perspective. Which one won? Company A with record growth, or company B with record revenue? To me, they all won, they all are billion dollar corporations, who are in no danger whatsoever for the very long foreseeable future.


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    True - the big 3 aren't "hurting" or in a place to be dissolved / sold off.
    I personally don't care if one is doing better than another. Typically the one that is doing 'best' will attempt to raise its rates in the long term as it feels that it has been undervalued as a service (i.e. what is it worth to 'you'), and similarly, often cost to get there.
    With some luck - those that were higher price will eventually realize that they are losing some customers and have to ... compete on price/service. More often its easier to push 'fluff' than it is to reduce cost. Ironically ... T-Mobile used to claim that it was less because it didn't come with all the other added in features that many do not want/need, yet now ends up becoming more like the other 2... just a little less expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    True - the big 3 aren't "hurting" or in a place to be dissolved / sold off.
    I personally don't care if one is doing better than another. Typically the one that is doing 'best' will attempt to raise its rates in the long term as it feels that it has been undervalued as a service (i.e. what is it worth to 'you'), and similarly, often cost to get there.
    With some luck - those that were higher price will eventually realize that they are losing some customers and have to ... compete on price/service. More often its easier to push 'fluff' than it is to reduce cost. Ironically ... T-Mobile used to claim that it was less because it didn't come with all the other added in features that many do not want/need, yet now ends up becoming more like the other 2... just a little less expensive.
    You would think they would lower rates, but I just dont see it. Using Verizon as an example (really havent looked at what AT&T reported, havent used AT&T in years but do use both Verizon and T-Mobile), yea they reported some consumer postpaid losses, but also reported record revenue. I have a feeling they will be quite content letting their newly acquired tracfone brands and their strong mvno partners (comcast and charter) handle the customers looking for value pricing, and squeeze as much as they can out of their high paying postpaid users. If they can accomplish their network goals they have stated they want complete by the end of 2024, they very likely will still have a coverage advantage, and reclaim their overall network advantage to allow them to charge the premium they do. Until then, losing 200,000 customers a quarter is peanuts when you have around 150 million total users, and the funny thing is even with Verizon losing postpaid customers, their total user base is increasing due to the numbers charter and comcast are doing. Whats losing 200,000 postpaid users hurt them if they are just going to a Verizon mvno, and verizon is still reporting record revenue? I just see no real incentive for them to lower prices. Now, this could change if enough people leave, and that revenue suffers a drastic decline. As for T-Mobile, I honestly can see them coming closer to verizon pricing. Their PR team is good enough to mask any price increase as not a price increase, but a feature increase you just pay more for!!! Im sure they are seeing the revenue verizon is pulling in, and they will want that. I hope this doesnt happen, as the way its set up between the 2 now kind of works, T-Mobile keeps Verizon honest on their pricing, and doesnt allow them to go too high, Verizon keeps T-Mobile honest about network improvements, T-Mobile cant afford to fall far behind Verizon in network performance, and coverage. I just feel we will see T-Mobile become more like Verizon, before Verizon more like T-Mobile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Theghostlad82 View Post
    That’s great you know the difference, then you also would realize you were incorrect in asking the other poster if they could read a financial statement, then quoting a press release. Any company can say anything they want in a press release, of course the press release highlighted the positives, it also disregards and hides the negatives. It paints an incomplete picture, or I should say it paints the picture the company wants people to think. T-Mobile did fine, AT&T did fine, Verizon did fine. Verizon and AT&T made more money than T-Mobile, and T-Mobile added more new lines. Another thing about financial reports is it’s hard to actually compare the 3 carriers, when doing so, you must use perspective. Verizon beat revenue estimates with 34b in reported revenue. T-Mobile would kill to have a quarterly result like that, but for Verizon it’s considered a mixed result. For Verizon, user growth is stagnant, but revenue is growing. Is that better or worse than T-Mobile where they are seeing user growth, but not overly seeing the revenue growth that analysts expect? Who “won”? Verizon or T-Mobile? Depends on perspective.


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    My perspective is T-Mobile is doing great!!!!

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    While TMobile can keep increasing rates through non traditional means. and customers don't look at the bottom line... they will. TMobile and all services are stuck with inflation, and having to meet earnings, they will be creative on pricing, adding in perks "for free", ot very little.

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