On Tuesday, April 4th, Ryan Cutler discussed adding T-Mobile to the telecom sector of the portfolio. Ryan described T-Mobile as a disruptor to the current Mobile space. The company brands themselves as the “un-carrier,” offering many benefits to the consumer over traditional competitors such as Verizon and AT&T. For instance, T-Mobile has no 2 year contracts, unlimited streaming video, and simple “no-hidden fee” billing. The company has seen marked success since it went public in 2013; both revenue and subscribers have seen a CAGR of over 11%. Furthermore, Ryan believes T-Mobile is better positioned in the mobile market due to their recent acquisition of both high frequency and low frequency ends of the wireless spectrum. This has allowed T-Mobile to rapidly shape its coverage network, making it equally as competitive as the other major carriers. All in all, Ryan believes T-Mobiles entry into the mobile space as a new, energetic, and refreshing alternative to cellphone carriers will prove successful. He motioned to buy 100 shares of T-Mobile. The motion passed 29:1.