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T-Mobile changes listing from NYSE to Nasdaq

Staff writer ▼ | October 16, 2015
T-Mobile said it will be transferring its stock exchange listing from the New York Stock Exchange to the NASDAQ Global Select Market effective October 26, 2015 after market close.
Listing   T-Mobile to trade as TMUS and TMUSP
T-Mobile shares are expected to begin trading as a NASDAQ-listed security on October 27, 2015, with the common stock continuing to trade under the symbol TMUS and the preferred stock to trade under the symbol TMUSP. This transfer is expected to be seamless for T-Mobile investors and shareholders.

“As America’s Un-carrier, we’re all about unleashing wireless for all Americans,” said J. Braxton Carter, chief financial officer for T-Mobile.

“Our business model is industry innovation and disruption. We can’t get to what’s next fast enough. So we’re thrilled to be joining all the other future-focused innovators listed on NASDAQ. This is going to be fun.”

“We are proud to welcome T-Mobile US to the NASDAQ family and look forward to a successful partnership with the company and its shareholders. T-Mobile US is one of the country’s most recognized technology brands and will join 72 percent of all public technology companies listed in the U.S. with its transfer to NASDAQ,” said Bruce Aust, Vice chairman at NASDAQ.