T-Mobile is proving it is no one-hit wonder.
The "Uncarrier" impressed on Tuesday with third-quarter results that yielded a second consecutive period in which it netted more than 1 million customers, with a large bulk of them being phone customers that its larger rivals have struggled to gain.
The results bring some relief to investors and critics who wondered if T-Mobile's gains in the second quarter -- its first as a public company -- were an aberration. They could turn out to be the start of trend.
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