Analyst predicts Sprint's Q4 will be ugly

UBS telecoms analyst John Hodulik wrote in a research note that Sprint's fourth quarter results are going to be ugly, which shows how much work newbie CEO Dan Hesse has ahead of him. Hodulik predicted that Sprint would post a net loss of 400,000 post-paid subscribers, while ARPU will show an accelerated drop. The analyst also said wireless margins will show a marked drop year-over-year to 29.1 percent of sales.

For more on Hodulik's analysis:
- read this post over at Barron's Tech Trader Daily

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