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T-Mobile US, Inc. (TMUS)
T-Mobile US, Inc. (TMUS)
T-Mobile US, Inc. (TMUS)
A poor economic outlook may negatively affect US consumers' appetite for flagship smartphones
Early sales in South Korea of Samsung's 5G-capable Galaxy S20 series were 30% lower than those of last year's comparable Galaxy S10 series, suggesting consumers are hesitant to purchase expensive flagship devices given broader economic uncertainty stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, according to Reuters. In response to the low sales volume, Samsung plans to launch cheaper models of 5G-capable phones in the first half of 2020 — the entry-level Galaxy S20 retails for 1.248 million won ($1,019). South Korea managed to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus through social distancing and aggressive widespread testing, but the domestic consumer-confidence index nevertheless reached its lowest level since March 2009, per The Wall Street Journal. US consumers share this trepidation, as many look to cut back on non-essential spending to weather the economic downturn provoked by the pandemic. Half of US respondents report spending less on non-essentials during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Business Insider Intelligence Coronavirus Consumer Survey.
The Quibi app was installed an estimated 300,000 times in its first day, a small fraction of Disney Plus' launch-day downloads
The Quibi mobile app was installed by 300,000 users on its launch day on Monday, according to mobile analytics company Sensor Tower. For comparison, Disney Plus was installed 4 million times on its launch day in November. Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg said in June that the company would spend $470 million on its marketing campaign in its first year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Quibi, the mobile-only streaming service with TV episodes in 10 minutes or less, debuted on Monday, but didn't top the download charts. The Quibi app was installed by 300,000 users in its first day across Apple and Android platforms in the US and Canada, according to mobile analytics company Sensor Tower . For comparison, the Disney Plus mobile app was installed 4 million times in North America on its launch day in November, according to Sensor Tower data. Quibi's downloads are just 7.5% of that. Quibi is ahead of HBO Now's first-day installs, though. That app was installed 45,000 times on April 7, 2015.
Here's what it's like to use Quibi, the new streaming app that only works on your iPhone or Android smartphone
Quibi, the mobile-only streaming app, launched on Monday . The app has short, concise episodes from news to comedy, and they display vertically. Quibi is offering a 90-day free trial for people to try out the new platform. Here's what it's like to use Quibi. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Quibi, the mobile-only streaming platform, launched on Monday. The app provides users with short episodes or installments of shows and movies, and the video displays vertically, as Quibi is only available on iPhone and Android, not on televisions. The service is offering a 90-day free trial for people who sign up in April, and T-Mobile customers on some plans will get Quibi access for a year. Quibi will cost $4.99 per month with ads, or $7.99 per month without ads. Here's a look at what it's like to use Quibi. You can start a 90-day free trial For the month of April, Quibi is offering new users a 90-day free trial. After the trial, Quibi will cost $4.99 with ads or $7.99 without ads.
How to get Quibi for free: The new mobile-only streaming TV app is offering a 90-day free trial and some T-Mobile customers can get a free year
Quibi, a new mobile-only short-form streaming service, launched on Monday. The service is offering anyone who signs up through the end of April a 90-day free trial. T-Mobile customers with unlimited family plans can also get Quibi free for a year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Quibi , a new streaming service designed exclusively for mobile devices built around TV episodes that are 10 minutes or less, launched on Monday. And if potential subscribers are on the fence, there are ways to use Quibi for free for a limited time. Quibi enters a crowded streaming arena that includes Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video, with more on the way (NBCUniversal launches Peacock in April and WarnerMedia launches HBO Max in May). To get consumers to take a chance on the service, Quibi — which is named for its "quick bites" of content — is offering a 90-day free trial for any new user who signs up by April 30 . Quibi originally only offered the free trial to those who preordered ahead of the service's launch, but then extended the deal.
How T-Mobile's John Legere changed the mobile world for the better - CNET
Commentary: There's never been a telecom executive like Legere, and there likely never will be again.
T-Mobile Closes Sprint Merger: What's Next for Customers?
Within six years, the new T-Mobile (TMUS) is likely to provide 5G service to 99% of U.S. citizens with average speed of above 100 Mbps to 90% of the population.
How soaring unemployment will impact wireless carriers
More than 6.6 million US adults filed for unemployment benefits last week, shattering previous records, according to Business Insider. Just under 10 million in the US have now filed for unemployment in second half of March — this surpassed the number of unemployment filings completed in the first six months of the Great Recession. Anticipating economic fallout that could be caused by widespread quarantine measures, all major US network operators agreed to a 60-day pact with provisions to waive coronavirus-related late fees and to suspend internet cut-offs due to unpaid bills. Additionally, AT&T and T-Mobile introduced low-cost prepaid plans that could staunch subscriber losses as many consumers look to cut costs. As consumers cut spending on nonessential goods, we anticipate many will downgrade wireless plans but retain some form of service. Half of US consumers are already spending less on nonnecessities, and 89% of respondents anticipate it will take more than one month before their spending on nonessential goods returns to normal, according to the Business Insider Intelligence Coronavirus Consumer Survey.
T-Mobile Agrees to Sell $19 Billion of Senior Secured Notes
BELLEVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) (“T-Mobile”) announced today that T-Mobile USA, Inc. (“T-Mobile USA”), its direct wholly-owned subsidiary, has agreed to sell $3,000,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its 3.500% Senior Secured Notes due 2025, $4,000,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its 3.750% Senior Secured Notes due 2027, $7,000,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its 3.875% Senior Secured Notes due 2030, $2,000,000,000 aggregate principal amount of
T-Mobile customers get the new streaming service Quibi for free
Quibi is a new streaming subscription service that launches on April 6th and offers shows and movies in 10-minute "quick bites" that are designed to be watched on mobile devices. T-Mobile is giving away a free year of Quibi (typically $4.99 a month) to its customers through July 7th. If you don't have T-Mobile, you can still sign up for a 90-day free trial of Quibi until May 1st. Visit BGR's homepage for more stories . In 2020, there's no such thing as too much content. Many of us are stuck in our homes for the foreseeable future due to the novel coronavirus pandemic currently sweeping across the planet, and we've suddenly got time for all of those TV shows and movies we thought we would never catch up on. In addition to all of the streaming services already available, Quibi (short for "quick bites") launches on April 6th with 50 shows and movies, and if you happen to be a T-Mobile subscriber, you can join Quibi for a year free of charge. As T-Mobile explains in a news release, "customers with two or more voice lines at standard rates on Magenta and ONE plans with taxes and fees included — along with discounted First Responder, Military and Magenta Plus 55 plans — or small business customers with up to 12 lines" are eligible for the offer.
T-Mobile and Sprint Merger: What it means for you video - CNET
America's third and fourth largest carriers are finally merged. We break down what that means.
Sprint (S) and T-Mobile (TMUS) merger: here is why it makes sense
After years of corporate drama and talks about a merger, Sprint and T-Mobile have finally agreed on a $26 billion deal. What do you need to know about this deal? Why does it make sense?
Sprint and T-Mobile: Should You Bet On This Rumor?
Sprint (NYSE: S) and T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) restarted discussions around merger, say people familiar with the matter. The Sprint stock popped 20% in mid-day trading. Is this premature?
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