T-Mobile Logo

T-Mobile Logo
Sleek and simple, the T-Mobile logo manages to stay recognizable, and it also gives a hint as to what field the company specializes in.

Meaning and History logo

T-Mobile Logo history

The very first logo featuring the current name of the company was a simple wordmark. All the letters were of the magenta color, with a black outline. The sans-serif all-cap font looked absolutely generic but for the letter “O”, where the width of the line varied in different parts of the character.
In the following version, the font was updated: the letters became higher and slimmer, although it was still a bold typeface. The wordmark featured the same magenta-and-black color scheme, but it was enriched with grey for the hashtag, which was put next to the name of the company.

Current emblem

emblem T-Mobile
At last, the time came for the modern, tech-looking logo the company uses now. Its only similarity to the previous versions is the magenta color for the letter “T”.
In this version, a sleek serif typeface is used, where only two letters are capitalized. The letter “T” is bold, while all the other characters are standard.
What makes the logo recognizable? We cannot but mention those simple grey squares: one from either side of the wordmark plus three between the “T” and “Mobile”. The squares emphasize the impression that all the elements of the logo are interconnected and in a way introduce the idea that the company has to do with telecommunications.

Audio symbol

T-Mobile Logo symbol
T-Mobile is one of the companies having not only a graphic logo, but also an audio one. It consists of only five notes, yet is truly recognizable. Its author is Lance Massey, who created it in 1999 for the song promoting DT’s Tour de France bicycle team.


Font T-Mobile Logo
The T-Mobile logo sports a custom typeface created by URW++ for Deutsche Telekom. There are six fonts in the family, all of which are used by the company for varying marketing purposes.


Color T-Mobile Logo
The characteristic magenta color looks not excessively bright, when paired with the calm, light shade of grey.