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T-Mobile Posts Solid Margin Gains Despite Accelerating Customer Additions

Analyst Note

| Michael Hodel |

T-Mobile regained the lead in the U.S. wireless industry during the third quarter, adding more postpaid phone customers than any other carrier. The firm clearly benefited from the price increases Verizon and AT&T implemented earlier this year. More impressive, in our view, profitability increased nicely as the bulk of the Sprint network decommissioning has been completed. We have increased our margin estimates modestly, lifting our fair value estimate to $165 from $155. We believe the shares are undervalued, though not to the same degree as rivals like Verizon.

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Business Description

Deutsche Telekom merged its T-Mobile USA unit with prepaid specialist MetroPCS in 2013, creating T-Mobile us. Following the merger, the firm provided nationwide service in major markets but spottier coverage elsewhere. T-Mobile spent aggressively on low-frequency spectrum, well suited to broad coverage, and has substantially expanded its geographic footprint. This expansion, coupled with aggressive marketing and innovative offerings, produced rapid customer growth. With the Sprint acquisition, the firm’s scale now roughly matches its larger rivals: T-Mobile now serves 71 million postpaid and 21 million prepaid phone customers, equal to around 30% of the U.S. retail wireless market. In addition, the firm provides wholesale service to resellers.

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12920 SE 38th Street
Bellevue, WA, 98006-1350
Industry Telecom Services
Employees 75,000

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FAQs for T-Mobile US Inc Stock

No. TMUS does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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TMUS’s market cap is 178.92 Bil.
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TMUS’s stock style is Large Growth.
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TMUS’s price/sales is 2.34.
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TMUS’s price/forward earnings is 20.04.
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TMUS’s price/book is 2.64.
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TMUS’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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