Mon, 24 Apr 2017 21:58:00 GMT


T-Mobile has growth 'rest of industry would die for,' CEO John Legere says
T-Mobile has had customer and financial growth "the rest of the industry would die for," CEO John Legere told CNBC on Monday. The No. 3 wireless carrier said on Monday it added more subscribers than expected in the first quarter. It also reported its ...
T-Mobile's User-Growth Outlook Brightens, Profit Stays SameBloomberg
T-Mobile's all-in bet on unlimited pays offCNET
T-Mobile open to merger talks, new subscribers top estimatesReuters
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Mon, 24 Apr 2017 21:35:48 GMT

Ant Financial's Great Mobile Payments Race
Seeking Alpha
Ant's multi-billion dollar investments outside China could help it leapfrog the global card networks by creating an interoperable mobile financial services network. To avoid the "made in China" syndrome, Ant decided to acquire native brands in the ...

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Mon, 24 Apr 2017 21:50:14 GMT

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T-Mobile Customer Growth Slows Ahead of Expected Merger Frenzy
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
T-Mobile US Inc. lured customers away from bigger phone companies at a slower rate than in previous quarters, ahead of what analysts expect to be a busy merger season. The No. 3 carrier in the U.S. by subscribers ended its first quarter with 1.1 ...