T-Mobile misses quarterly revenue estimates

Feb 1 (Reuters) – Wireless carrier T-Mobile US Inc posted fourth-quarter revenue below Wall Street estimates on Wednesday, evdeN EVe nAKliYaT as competition heats up with rivals looking to add subscribers through more attractive promotional offers.

The company added thousands of wireless subscribers over the last few years, thanks to hefty discounts on smartphones, industry-low plan prices and an edge in 5G.

But a slowdown in wireless growth and bigger promotions by rivals amid rising costs are hurting T-Mobile now.

The company said total revenue fell 2.5% to $20.27 billion in the quarter ended December, evden evE nAKLiYAT below Wall Street’s estimate of $20.6 billion, according to Refinitiv data.

It added 927,000 monthly bill-paying phone subscribers in the quarter.

T-Mobile’s net income rose to $1.48 billion, or $1.18 per share, from $422 million, eVden eVE NAkLiYAT or 34 cents per share, a year earlier.

In January, the company said it was investigating a data breach that may have exposed 37 million postpaid and evdEN eVe NAkliYaT prepaid accounts, and it may incur significant costs related to the incident.

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(Reporting by Eva Mathews in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini Ganguli)