Top 10 U.S. carriers graded by major metrics

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First-quarter 2012 metrics for the top U.S. wireless operators reveal some fascinating performance trends. For instance, leading operator Verizon Wireless gets nearly 43 percent of its service revenue from data traffic while AT&T Mobility is close behind with data generating a full 42 percent of its overall service revenue. Meanwhile, T-Mobile USA only drew 32 percent of its service revenue from data during the quarter. Our special feature on carrier metrics provided by research firm Strategy Analytics includes charts and graphs that compare and contrast the quarterly performance of the top U.S. mobile operators. Take a look at all of the metrics here.

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