Topic: subscriber numbers
These charts offer a clear look at exactly how the wireless industry breaks down across a number of metrics.
US Mobile is growing and is now cash flow positive, according to the company's CEO.
Verizon is clearly heading into uncharted waters.
Shentel sits directly at the center of the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, and, according to one analyst firm, is sitting pretty.
T-Mobile is on pace to report around 614,000 net new postpaid handset customers in the first quarter.
Comcast added 250,000 wireless subscribers over the first four months of its MVNO launch—with a cost of acquisition of $1,260 per customer.
Thanks to the tax cut that went through in December, Sprint was able to reverse its deferred tax liabilities of $7.6 billion.
Verizon is preparing to launch an ad campaign touting its efforts in smart cities, connected healthcare and other IoT-centric markets.
T-Mobile's porting ratios against each of its rivals are up "significantly" so far in the fourth quarter, CFO Braxton Carter said.
A relatively calm wireless environment likely benefited the nation's two largest carriers in the third quarter, but that could change.