T-Mobile operates GSM networks in Western Europe and the United States. It has financial stakes in mobile operators in Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia.
The company has 87 million subscribers, making it the world's 3rd largest mobile phone company.
In the United States, T-Mobile was previously known as VoiceStream (which in turn had acquired the cellular carriers PowerTel, Aerial and Omnipoint.) In the US market T-Mobile is the 6th largest carrier with 12 million customers. It is the only mobile phone company to operate under a single brand in both Europe and the United States.
In the US there are more than 3,000 T-Mobile HotSpot locations for Wi-Fi Internet access, including airports, airline clubs, Starbucks coffeehouses and Borders Books & Music Stores. The Wi-Fi infrastructure was acquired when T-Mobile bought WISP MobileStar.
T-Mobile's global spokesperson is the actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, and was formerly Jamie Lee Curtis.
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Countries where T-Mobile operates GSM networks
Countries where T-Mobile has a financial stake in mobile operators