Topic: quarterly earnings
It's time to see how the nation's top wireless carriers stacked up against each other in terms of key metrics.
AT&T’s CFO said that the carrier’s move to 5G network technology will create new opportunities for the company to generate new revenues.
The wireless sector enjoyed its biggest quarter-over-quarter jump in service revenue in five years, according to Chetan Sharma Consulting.
T-Mobile said it expects to acquire more new customers during the course of 2018 than it previously expected.
Comments from the nation’s tower companies are key to discerning what the nation’s wireless carriers are doing with their networks in the runup to 5G.
Sprint reported growth in wireless service revenue, its first such growth sequentially in more than four years.
Cable giant Charter reported its second-quarter results and offered a clear peek into the millions of dollars it is spending to enter the mobile industry.
Nokia's CEO acknowledged that the company lost a "small number" of Verizon's markets but argued that the company is not losing share.
Comcast reported a gain of an additional 204,000 Xfinity Mobile lines.
AT&T and Verizon both offered wireless results generally in line with or ahead of most Wall Street analyst expectations.