How did the top 8 U.S. wireless carriers fare in Q4?

The fourth-quarter earnings reporting season is drawing to a close, and FierceWireless is on top of all of the major companies' financial earnings and operational highlights. Our partner, research firm Strategy Analytics, has compiled a report on the top U.S. wireless carriers in the fourth quarter by subscriber base. The report includes the major metrics such as churn, ARPU and revenue. There were some changes to the rankings in the fourth quarter. Cincinnati Bell announced its intention to exit the wireless business, and is no longer on this list. Additionally, Shentel has been added to this list as nTelos exits its Eastern markets. For more on how the carriers performed, check out this special report
 

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