Shares of U.S. Cellular rose Friday after it posted mixed quarterly results. The company said its unlimited data plan helped stem customer losses.

Shares of Sprint tumbled 9% despite a relatively solid quarterly earnings report as analysts expressed concerns regarding its network and free cash flow.

Apple is likely to post solid first-quarter results this afternoon, Wells Fargo Securities predicted, though concerns linger about a delayed iPhone 8.

American Tower posted a solid first quarter, but the company still on the fence when it comes to small cells.

Shares of América Movíl rose this morning after the company posted a sevenfold increase in Q1 net profit despite losing prepaid customers in the U.S.

AT&T saw a net loss of 348,000 postpaid phone customers in the first quarter and said revenue dipped due to record-low equipment sales in wireless.

Ericsson continues to find itself in the predicament of having to cut costs while at the same time make investments in 5G.

Crown Castle says its deployment of small cells will double over the next two years as carriers scramble to densify their networks in advance of 5G.

T-Mobile added 798,000 postpaid phone users and 1.1 million total net additions, beating expectations.