Today, T-Mobile USA delivered second quarter of 2010 results, and we have broken it down for you. First off they are reporting actual service revenues of $4.70 billion, up from $4.63 billion in Q1 — OIBDA of $1.42 billion compared to $1.39 billion in Q1. T-Mobile USA’s customers dropped by 93,000 in the second quarter which was a bigger decline than the 77,000 customers the carrier lost in the first quarter of 2010. T-Mobile CEO Robert Dotson chimed in with the following:
In the second quarter of 2010, customers embraced T-Mobile USA’s industry leading value which makes it simple and affordable for consumers to trade-up to next generation products and services.
T-Mobile is hanging around 33 million total subscribers in the US, and has experienced a pickup in data revenues as more and more consumers chose 3G data plans and services for their 3G-enable devices. We can’t remember a time when T-Mobile had an absolutely amazing killer hero product, and we can’t help but think how literally most of T-Mobile’s struggles would be solved by a visit from a handset from Cupertino.