7 Jun

AT&T or T-Mobile: Who Will Post the Most Revenue Growth?

WRITTEN BY Ambrish Shah

AT&T’s revenue trend

For the quarter ending on March 31, AT&T (T) posted net revenues of $44.8 billion, which represents an increase of 17.8% from $38.0 billion in the first quarter of 2018. Sequentially, the company’s net revenues fell 6.6% from $48.0 billion in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Analysts expect AT&T’s net revenues to change YoY (year-over-year) by 15.0% to $44.8 billion in the second quarter, -0.4% to $45.6 billion in the third quarter, and -0.4% to $47.8 billion in the fourth quarter.

Analysts also expect AT&T’s net revenues to change YoY by 7.2% to $183.1 billion in fiscal 2019, 0.3% to $183.6 billion in fiscal 2020, and -0.4% to $182.9 billion in fiscal 2021.

AT&T or T-Mobile: Who Will Post the Most Revenue Growth?

T-Mobile’s revenue trend

For the quarter ending on March 31, T-Mobile (TMUS) posted net revenues of $11.1 billion, which represents an increase of 6.0% from $10.5 billion in the first quarter of 2018. Sequentially, the company’s net revenues fell 3.2% from $11.4 billion in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Analysts expect T-Mobile’s net revenues to change YoY by 5.2% to $11.1 billion in the second quarter, 4.4% to $11.3 billion in the third quarter, and 3.9% to $11.9 billion in the fourth quarter.

Analysts also expect T-Mobile’s net revenues to change YoY by 4.9% to $45.4 billion in fiscal 2019, 4.6% to $47.5 billion in fiscal 2020, and 5.3% to $50.0 billion in fiscal 2021.

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