T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) is a company on a mission... a mission to disrupt.
And while it took some restraint to not force that potential Blues Brother reference more than I already did, it's hard to overstate just how large an impact T-Mobile has had in its newfound role of chief antagonist to U.S. telecom giants AT&T (NYSE:T) and Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ).
T-Mobile recently gave investors an update on how its total war against AT&T and Verizon is progressing when it announced its FY Q4 earnings.
Inside T-Mobile's war machine
The centerpiece of T-Mobile's war of attrition against Verizon and AT&T has been its UnCarrier campaign, which aims to fundamentally improve the consumer experience by eliminating some of telecom's traditional cash cow fees.
The results have been spectacular for T-Mobile. Customers are flocking to its services. In fact, customer additions actually exceeded analysts' expectations in T-Mobile's most recent report. And this ballooning customer base has helped fueled a revenue surge for T-Mobile's top line that puts Verizon or AT&T to shame.
In the video below, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner breaks down T-Mobile's recent earnings report and its progress against AT&T and Verizon as well.
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