T-Mobile delivered better-than-expected fourth quarter and fiscal year financial results on Thursday as it continues to work through its $26.5 billion merger with Sprint.
T-Mobile said Q4 earnings were $751 million, or 87 cents per share, on revenue of $11.9 billion, up 4% from a year ago. Wall Street was looking for fourth-quarter earnings of 83 cents a share on revenue of $11.83 billion.
The carrier added 1.9 million net additions in the second quarter, along with 1.3 million postpaid. T-Mobile's postpaid churn came in at 1.01%, a slight increase for the company.
For the year, T-Mobile said non-GAAP earnings came to $4.02 per share on revenue of $45 billion. Both metrics topped analyst estimates.
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As for its proposed combination with Sprint, T-Mobile CEO John Legere noted in his prepared remarks that the company has delivered "a compelling and fact-based argument in court to support our pending merger."
"Our results continue to show that the Un-carrier strategy works, and it delivers for both customers and shareholders," he added.
Shares of T-Mobile were up just slightly after hours.