T-mobile US stock has become one of the most prized stocks among investors. The company has seen its revenue jump in 2020, despite the Covid-19 health crisis. Find some information about this stock in this guide to help your stock analysis.
Introducing T-mobile US
Established in 1999, the company is a branch of Western Wireless, also known as Voice Stream Wireless. It is a North American mobile operator. The name T-mobile was chosen in 2002 after the company was bought by Deutsche Telekom the previous year.
The merger of T-mobile US with Sprint, finalized in April 2020 allows the company to become the third largest telecommunications operator in the United States. It is headquartered in Washington, D.C.
T-mobile US's main activities are services in the field of wireless telecommunication, mobile telephone systems, long distance telephones and roaming, data transmission, directory service and internet access and the sale of equipment and accessories.
T-mobile US has subsidiaries, including Metro by T-mobile and IWireless, that help market its products and services.
Towards the end of 2020, the company passed the milestone of one hundred million customers. 2020 has been a record for the last four years in terms of subscriber gains.
T-mobile US shareholders
T-mobile's shareholding is composed as follows:
- 43.3 % by Deutsche Telekom AG
- 08.55 % by SoftBank Group Corp
- 03.19 % by The Vanguard Group Inc
- 03.03 % by Fidelity Management & Research Co
- 01.96 % by SSgAFunds Management, Inc
- 01.80 % by Norges Bank Investment Management
- 01.55 % by Capital Research & Management Co
- 01.09 % by BlackRock Fund Advisors
- 00.80 % by Geode Capital Management LLC
- 00.74 % by Janus Capital Management LLC
T-mobile US competitors
T-mobile US’ direct competitors are AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless, and also include local mobile network providers such as Cingular.
T-mobile US revenues
T-mobile's revenue was 44,998 MUSD in 2019, and 68,397 USD in 2020. The net profit generated in 2020 was MUSD 3,064 in 2020.
The breakdown of T-mobile's revenues by business unit is as follows:
- 75.5 % from mobile telecommunications
- 21.9 % from sale of accessories, handsets and other equipment
- 02.6 % from other activities.
More than 75 percent of T-mobile's revenue is generated in the United States, with the remainder from online activities and other partners.
T-mobile US stock data
T-mobile US stock is listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange. T-mobile US has a market capitalization of 155,710 MUSD. The number of shares outstanding is 1,242,800,000.
Factors that can influence T-mobile US share prices
T-mobile US is a major player in mobile telephone systems in the United States. Thanks to a more accessible pricing policy, the increase in the number of subscribers is one of the factors that can influence the share price.
T-mobile US is investing heavily in improving its services. A recent partnership with ALPHABET is also worth watching closely. This agreement with Google allows the company to improve the customer experience with the use of Messages by Google for Android smartphones, the exploitation of Google One or YouTube TV.
The evolution of the U.S. 5G market may also have a huge impact on T-mobile US's revenue.
The recent merger with Sprint will have a major impact on T-mobile US numbers this year. The changes brought about by the partnership are therefore to be watched closely.