Carrier metrics: ARPU, Churn and more

During the second quarter of 2008, U.S. wireless carriers kept their average revenue per user steady thanks to growing data revenues. In addition, churn levels remained low while net adds climbed (at least for some operators). Check out the top U.S. operator metrics here.

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