The nation's top carriers in 8 charts

A bar chart showing positive business growth
The second-quarter earnings season has recently finished. (Getty/NicoElNino)

As the second-quarter earnings season comes to a close, it's time to look at the data. And the analysts at Wall Street research firm Morgan Stanley offered a clear look at how each of the nation's top four nationwide wireless network providers are performing.

The below 8 charts, all of which come from Morgan Stanley and are based on company data, outline key metrics for each of the country's nationwide wireless network operators. Covered in the below charts are revenues, prepaid and postpaid net customer additions, average revenues per user, and more.. 

Check out the charts below, and then let us know what you think. Also don't forget to check out our ranking of the top seven wireless network operators, and then how the wireless industry performed in the second quarter in terms of financials

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