MetroPCS adds 114K subs in Q3

Prepaid carrier MetroPCS reported an addition of about 114,000 subscribers during its Q3. The carrier also posted a 70 percent increase in its EBITA year-on-year on total revenues of $557 million. Revenues increased 41 percent year-on-year. Income from operations totaled $133 million, a 92 percent increase, while net income was up 81 percent at $53 million.

"It is noteworthy to point out that we've added these subscribers during our third quarter, which historically has been one of our seasonally slowest quarters characterized by lower net additions and higher churn," CEO Roger Linquist said. "In the past twelve months, we have grown our subscriber base by over one million subscribers."

For more on MetroPCS' Q3:
- read this press release

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