T-Mobile grew its subscriber count by 2.06 million during October, November and December, often a season of strong activity in the industry.
T-Mobile grew its subscriber count by 2.06 million during October, November and December, often a season of strong activity in the industry. File photo The Associated Press
T-Mobile grew its subscriber count by 2.06 million during October, November and December, often a season of strong activity in the industry. File photo The Associated Press

Subscriber growth continues at T-Mobile as Sprint extends half-off deal

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