T-Mobile's hot streak isn't ending any time soon. The magenta-hued carrier has posted results for the first quarter of 2016 that suggest its strategy of loading on perks is paying off. It racked up 2.2 million total new customers, over 1 million of which were highly coveted postpaid (regular subscription) users. For context, Verizon added "just" 640,000 postpaid users in the same quarter -- although T-Mobile's 65.5 million total customers still pales in comparison to Verizon's 112.6 million, it's catching up. The jury's still out on AT&T and Sprint, which respectively post their figures later today (April 26th) and on May 3rd, but they'll have a high bar to clear.