TMUS - T-Mobile US, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
77.52
+0.68 (+0.88%)
As of 11:35AM EST. Market open.
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Previous close76.84
Open77.56
Bid77.62 x 800
Ask77.63 x 1200
Day's range77.33 - 77.72
52-week range59.96 - 85.22
Volume601,624
Avg. volume2,527,758
Market cap65.363B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.41
PE ratio (TTM)19.92
EPS (TTM)3.89
Earnings date5 Feb 2020 - 10 Feb 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date2013-05-01
1y target est89.74
  • T-Mobile & Sprint Unveil Location of New Support Center
    Zacks

    T-Mobile & Sprint Unveil Location of New Support Center

    T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S) will establish Customer Experience Center in Nassau County for the creation of employment opportunities and enhanced customer support.

  • Financial Times

    John Legere, the ‘bad boy’ of telecoms being wooed by WeWork

    Visitors to T-Mobile’s Bellevue headquarters in Washington eight years ago were greeted by dull grey walls and what one described as a “strange German atmosphere”. T-Mobile first approached him in a week when he sealed his divorce and closed the sale of Global Crossing, the network company he had led for a decade. The US industry veteran, who had looked like any other suited and booted leader at Global, Dell and AT&T, grew his hair long and donned a leather jacket, magenta-coloured T-Mobile T-shirt and sneakers, and started throwing rocks at his larger rivals.

  • New York’s Nassau County Selected as Latest Location for New T-Mobile Customer Experience Center, Will Create Up to 1,000 Local Jobs
    Business Wire

    New York’s Nassau County Selected as Latest Location for New T-Mobile Customer Experience Center, Will Create Up to 1,000 Local Jobs

    T-Mobile US (TMUS) and Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) today announced that, following the completion of their proposed merger to create the New T-Mobile, the company will locate its fourth of five planned Customer Experience Centers (CEC) in New York’s Nassau County. The state-of-the-art customer support facility will create up to 1,000 direct local jobs with great wages and benefits and provide personalized support to customers through T-Mobile’s innovative Team of Experts (TEX) service model.

  • Sprint Unveils Community Lab to Boost OpenRAN 5G NR Project
    Zacks

    Sprint Unveils Community Lab to Boost OpenRAN 5G NR Project

    Sprint (S) introduces Telecom Infra Project Community Lab to develop OpenRAN 5G NR project for enhanced connectivity solutions.

  • InterDigital Invests $50K for Mobile Edge Computing Research
    Zacks

    InterDigital Invests $50K for Mobile Edge Computing Research

    InterDigital (IDCC) is committed to fostering edge computing research and development opportunities to boost future technologies in IT and telecommunications industry.

  • Amdocs (DOX) Q4 Earnings Surpass, Revenues Meet Estimates
    Zacks

    Amdocs (DOX) Q4 Earnings Surpass, Revenues Meet Estimates

    Amdocs' (DOX) fiscal fourth-quarter performance benefits from new customer gains, strong traction in managed services and solid growth across all regions.

  • Forget the Frenzy. T-Mobile Kicks off the Holiday Season Early with BOGO Samsung Galaxy S10, Note10 and More
    Business Wire

    Forget the Frenzy. T-Mobile Kicks off the Holiday Season Early with BOGO Samsung Galaxy S10, Note10 and More

    What’s the news: T-Mobile’s launching holiday deals this Friday with a BOGO on Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 series smartphones when you add a line. Who it’s for: New and existing T-Mobile customers … and anyone who wants a new smartphone this holiday season. The holidays are around the corner, and to kick off all that merriment, T-Mobile (TMUS) is unwrapping the holiday deals early and bringing back that day-after-Thanksgiving zen.

  • Wireless National Stock Outlook Portrays Bullish Sentiments
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    Wireless National Stock Outlook Portrays Bullish Sentiments

    Wireless National Stock Outlook Portrays Bullish Sentiments

  • IPO-Edge.com

    IPO Edge’s Jannarone on Cheddar TV: Legere is High Potential, But Risky Choice for WeWork

    T-Mobile US, Inc. CEO John Legere has some leadership qualities that could help him turn WeWork around, but he also comes with little experience in real estate, indicating he's a risky choice. That's according to IPO Edge Editor-in-Chief John Jannarone, who spoke to Cheddar TV in an interview available here. Jannarone pointed out that WeWork's […]

  • WeWork begins search for a new CEO: sources
    Reuters

    WeWork begins search for a new CEO: sources

    WeWork's current co-CEOs, Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, have only been in place since September, but talks indicated SoftBank Group <9984.T>, WeWork's majority owner, is eager for a fresh change after a botched effort to go public this year. WeWork has been in talks with a number of potential CEO candidates, including U.S. wireless carrier T-Mobile US Inc CEO John Legere, the sources said.

  • Stock Market Live Updates: Boeing, Walgreens lift Dow to record close
    Yahoo Finance

    Stock Market Live Updates: Boeing, Walgreens lift Dow to record close

    Real-time headlines moving markets.

  • Financial Times

    WeWork talks to T-Mobile USA boss over chief executive job

    WeWork has held talks with T-Mobile USA boss John Legere to become its new chief executive, as the lossmaking office leasing company’s majority owner SoftBank attempts to stabilise the company and salvage its multibillion-dollar investment. Mr Legere is one of several candidates under consideration for the top job and it was unclear whether he was the preferred individual, people briefed on the matter told the Financial Times. The move to hire a new chief executive from outside raises questions about the prospects for Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, the two WeWork insiders elevated to co-CEOs to replace Adam Neumann, co-founder, after the company’s failed flotation in September.

  • Arkansas joins states backing T-Mobile's deal to buy Sprint
    Reuters

    Arkansas joins states backing T-Mobile's deal to buy Sprint

    Arkansas has decided to back the U.S Justice Department's decision to approve a merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint , the third and fourth largest U.S. wireless carriers. With Arkansas, the Justice Department has nine states backing its settlement to approve the $26 billion (£20.36 billion) deal on condition that it divest assets to Dish Network Corp , the department said in a statement. T-Mobile Chief Executive John Legere on Thursday declined to rule out requesting the $26 billion price be reduced.

  • CommScope (COMM) Q3 Earnings Surpass Estimates, Shares Up
    Zacks

    CommScope (COMM) Q3 Earnings Surpass Estimates, Shares Up

    Higher revenues, driven by incremental contribution from ARRIS, enable CommScope (COMM) to beat third-quarter 2019 earnings estimates.

  • T-Mobile promises consumer benefits if Sprint deal OK'd
    Associated Press

    T-Mobile promises consumer benefits if Sprint deal OK'd

    T-Mobile promises a new $15 wireless plan if its $26.5 billion Sprint deal goes through. T-Mobile is also promising free internet to emergency first responders for 10 years and to low-income households with children for five years. T-Mobile has already made promises to get the deal done, including providing coverage in rural areas and not raising prices for three years.

  • T-Mobile in talks with Sprint on merger, does not rule out lower price
    Reuters

    T-Mobile in talks with Sprint on merger, does not rule out lower price

    T-Mobile US Chief Executive John Legere on Thursday acknowledged talks are ongoing with Sprint Corp to extend their merger agreement, but he declined to rule out requesting the $26 billion price be reduced. The T-Mobile-Sprint deal, announced in spring 2018, has won regulatory approval from the Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission but faces a lawsuit from more than a dozen state attorneys general seeking to stop the deal. The previous merger agreement expired last week.

  • T-Mobile Announces Plans for THREE Supercharged New T-Mobile Un-carrier Moves That Will Use Transformational 5G Network for GOOD
    Business Wire

    T-Mobile Announces Plans for THREE Supercharged New T-Mobile Un-carrier Moves That Will Use Transformational 5G Network for GOOD

    Announces T-Mobile Connect, a groundbreaking prepaid solution for everyone at HALF the price of the lowest offer today – for just $15 per month! T-Mobile (TMUS) has been solving pain points on behalf of consumers since 2013, driving every big change in wireless, shaking up the industry and saving wireless customers what analysts estimate is about $11 billion through Un-carrier moves1! Enter the New T-Mobile.

  • Financial Times

    Deutsche Telekom lowers dividend to cover 5G costs

    Deutsche Telekom has cut its dividend despite raising its full-year profit guidance. Europe’s largest telecoms company said it would cut the dividend to 60 euro cents a share from 70 cents last year to reflect the high costs borne in the German 5G spectrum auction as well as uncertainty surrounding the merger of its T-Mobile USA unit with rival Sprint. The German company is the latest European telecoms company to cut its dividend after Vodafone, another big player in the German market, opted to slash its shareholder payout earlier this year.

  • Deutsche Telekom cuts dividend as it faces U.S. merger uncertainty
    Reuters

    Deutsche Telekom cuts dividend as it faces U.S. merger uncertainty

    Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday it would cut its dividend for 2019, reflecting uncertainty over the outcome of a proposed U.S. mega-merger and following rival Vodafone as the industry grapples with the heavy cost of building 5G networks. The significant shift in the dividend policy at Europe's largest telecoms group sent the company's shares 2.5% lower, even as it reported strong third-quarter results and raised its profit outlook on strong growth at U.S. unit T-Mobile . Deutsche Telekom plans to pay a 60 euro cent ($0.66) dividend for 2019, down from last year's 70 cents, regardless of the outcome of T-Mobile's $26.5 billion (£20.6 billion) takeover of rival Sprint that is currently stalled.

  • T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Nears Completion
    Market Realist

    T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Nears Completion

    On Tuesday, there was a big update for the T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S) merger deal. T-Mobile officially received regulatory approval from the FCC.

  • Dish Earnings: This Will Capture Investors’ Attention
    Market Realist

    Dish Earnings: This Will Capture Investors’ Attention

    Dish Network (DISH) is set to report its third-quarter earnings results tomorrow. Here are three things investors will be paying attention to.

  • Why Is the T-Mobile Merger so Important for Sprint?
    Market Realist

    Why Is the T-Mobile Merger so Important for Sprint?

    If the T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S) merger doesn’t go through, it will be a huge blow for Sprint. But what exactly is at stake here?

  • Disney's (DIS) Q4 Report on Deck as Disney+ Launch Nears
    Zacks

    Disney's (DIS) Q4 Report on Deck as Disney+ Launch Nears

    Disney (DIS) is set to report its fourth quarter results after the closing bell on Thursday, November 7.

  • US telecom regulator approves T-Mobile/Sprint merger
    AFP News

    US telecom regulator approves T-Mobile/Sprint merger

    The US telecom regulator on Tuesday approved the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, moving the tie-up of the third- and fourth-largest US carriers closer to completion. The Federal Communications Commission cleared the $26 billion deal three months after approval by antitrust officials at the US Justice Department. The 3-2 FCC vote is conditioned on the divestment by Sprint of its prepaid division Boost Mobile to the satellite broadcast group Dish, which will begin building a new national wireless network.