Here's how to decide which of these industry-leading telecoms is the best choice for your portfolio.
News & Analysis: T-Mobile US
The third-largest U.S. wireless carrier continues to close the gap with industry titan Verizon.
The telecom giant wants to be a service hub for a la carte streaming, not just a source for traditional pay TV.
TMUS earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
Each of these items comes with a multibillion-dollar downside for the giant company involved -- and, in two cases, losses of life.
And it will become an increasingly important factor for T-Mobile to keep growing subscribers.
These two wireless networks are trying to merge, so it may not matter which stock you pick in the end. But one looks way stronger than the other in case the business combination fails.
The winner may not surprise you, but it's notable anyway.
The disruptive telecom company's president and CFO spoke at a conference recently, and laid out its priorities and vision for 2019.
Smartphones are the new TVs for Generation Z.