NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- T-Mobile US (TMUS) stock is gaining 1.17% to $38.58 in afternoon trading on Tuesday after the Bellevue, WA-based company announced plans to sell up to $1 billion in senior notes due in 2024.
The mobile communications provider plans to use the proceeds from the public offering to purchase 700 MHz A-block spectrum and other spectrums, the company said in a statement.
Shares of T-Mobile are also benefiting from a bullish Deutsche Bank note. The firm called T-Mobile's revenue growth the best in the telecommunications sector and forecasts a strong 2016 first quarter.
"[W]e expect earnings to showcase what we view as the best blend of rev. and FCF growth in our coverage," Deutsche Bank said in an analysts note this morning.
On Wednesday, T-Mobile is expected to announce new mobile plans that offer cellphone data without voice minutes, according to TmoNews, a blog dedicated to T-Mobile updates.
The data-only plans are expected to range between $20 and $95 per month for two to 22 gigabytes.
Separately, T-Mobile has a "buy" rating and a letter grade of B at TheStreet Ratings because of the company's earnings per share, net income and revenue growth, good cash flow from operations, and expanding profit margins.
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