After several consecutive quarters of significant financial losses, in the last few months T-Mobile seemed to be able to gear away from the road to perdition. The number four carrier in the United States went for a pretty inspired image re-branding, introduced a far more attractive pricing structure for prepaid mobile broadband plans, and even strengthened its high-end phone portfolio with Samsung’s highly successful Galaxy S3.
The results? Well, let’s just say they aren’t as bad as others, but they’re clearly bittersweet, at best. According to the latest financial report made public by T-Mo USA earlier today, the carrier’s net income over Q2 2012 was up 3.5% over its [...]