NEW YORK (
T-Mobile US Inc.
(TMUS - Get Report) made a presentation at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show on Wednesday night and the stocks of both
Verizon Communications Inc.
(VZ - Get Report) and
(T - Get Report) were dropping nearly 2% in afternoon trading on Thursday.
T-Mobile CEO John Lagere took the stage at CES and revealed that the company added 1.6 million subscribers in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2013 vs. a loss of 32,000 subscribers in the same quarter last year. Furthermore, Lagere addressed T-Mobile's "Uncarrier" strategy, which has no contract lock-ups, free but small data plans for tablets and more frequent mobile phone upgrades.
T-Mobile shares then spiked 1.9% on Thursday morning, but the stock was declining 0.81% to $33 in afternoon trading.
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