Topic: quarterly earnings
Ergen also praised T-Mobile for offering a $15 prepaid plan for low income families. But this could actually hurt Dish's own prepaid ambitions.
The company is hurrying to offer handsets via an online portal because potential customers shop elsewhere when they realize they have to visit a store
Sprint on Monday reported losing nearly 300,000 phone subscribers in the latest quarter, alongside profit losses and revenue declines.
American Tower is evaluating opportunities to leverage CBRS for more in-building private networks, as it prepares for a long-cycle evolution to 5G.
This week, Nokia acknowledged that it hired about 350 employees in Finland this year to primarily work on custom SoCs for 5G.
AT&T on Monday outlined a three-year plan, following a challenge last month from activist investor Elliott Management.
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Xiaomi’s total smartphone shipments rose in the second quarter, but the Chinese vendor lost market share at home as consumers rally around rival Huawei.
U.S. Cellular lost 26,000 net postpaid subscribers in the second quarter but saw service revenue growth driven by increases in average revenue per user (ARPU).
Sprint posted losses for both prepaid and postpaid phone connections in the second quarter, with the carrier’s standalone prospects looking bleak, according to NewStreet analysts.