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.
Shares of U.S. Cellular jumped more than 3% after the carrier reported 44,000 postpaid smartphone net additions during the latest quarter.
Comcast's MVNO claims more than a quarter of a million users, and the company is hoping to leverage the iPhone X to get more customers to sign on.
Nokia shares were down 19% at one point today after the equipment vendor reported a 9% year-on-year net sales decrease in the third quarter.
Shares of Mexico's América Móvil sank more than 5% after the company posted a third-quarter loss of $494 million due largely to natural disasters.
Sprint shares edged upward after the carrier posted 279,000 postpaid net subscribers in the third quarter amid rumors of a merger with T-Mobile.
The nation's second-largest mobile network operator lost 97,000 postpaid net phone customers in the third quarter but saw strong growth in its prepaid user base.
Both T-Mobile and Sprint declined to host quarterly earnings calls, heightening expectations of news of a proposed merger of the two carriers.
Check here throughout the third-quarter earnings season for full earnings reports from the wireless industry's biggest public companies.
A relatively calm wireless environment likely benefited the nation's two largest carriers in the third quarter, but that could change.