Thanks to its merger with Sprint, the "Un-carrier" mobile network replaced AT&T as America's second-largest mobile provider.
By Nicholas Rossolillo
The second quarter of 2020 was a momentous one for T-Mobile. Long chasing the two largest mobile networks in the U.S., Verizon and AT&T, the pink-logoed "Un-carrier" merged with Sprint and its more than 29 million subscribers on April 1 and had industry-best net subscriber additions of 1.25 million in the quarter. At the end of June, that equated to 98.3 million T-Mobile-branded mobile customers, more than the 92.9 million at AT&T but fewer than the nearly 120 million at Verizon.