T-Mobile USA has announced its financial results form the second quarter of the ongoing year. The company said its total revenues of $5.34 billion for Q2 is down from the $5.40 billion registered in Q1 2009. In addition, last year’s Q2 brought $5.47 billion in revenue for the wireless carrier.
“In 2009, we're launching the best products and services we've ever brought to market,” said Robert Dotson, president and CEO, T-Mobile USA. “In the quarter, we unveiled devices like our new T-Mobile myTouch 3G with Google. The myTouch will join other new T-Mobile 3G devices just in time for a powerful back-to-school offering available in even more locations with our newly announced RadioShack retail agreement. In the quarter, we also made steady progress in growing data revenues as more customers move to craved-for mobile internet and messaging services. And finally, in Q2 we also drove operational cost efficiencies that helped us deliver a much better margin for the quarter.”
The company also announced the addition of 325,000 new customers, a decline compared to 415,000 in Q1 or 668,000 added a year ago.