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T-Mobile US beats expectations, raises subscriber forecast

T-Mobile US beat expectations on customer additions for the second quarter of 2022 and has raised its expectations for the year in a number of areas, continuing a strong showing while AT&T and Verizon pull back on their guidance. T-Mo landed postpaid net customer...

Ericsson shares drop after company misses analyst targets

Supply chain woes and inflation are to blame for lower gross margins, said Ekholm Ericsson stocks tumbled as much as 10% on Thursday, following the company’s latest earnings report. The Swedish telecom equipment maker posted an increase in second-quarter earnings, but missed Wall Street analyst’s...

The Sunday Brief: AT&T and Verizon Q2 Results – Different, Yet Similar

July greetings from the Midwest and Davidson/ Charlotte/ Lake Norman, NC.  Pictured to the right is the World’s Largest Truckstop on I-80 between the Quad Cities and Des Moines (highly recommend the coffee).  We’ve been traveling a lot by car over the last three weeks, and predict...

US Cellular delivers a strong Q1

April was 'different, but stable,' says US Cellular CEO US Cellular reported a remarkably strong first quarter, considering the current climate. The operator saw net income of $71 million, up from $54 million in the year-ago period and no major disruptions to network investments. Operations...

Nokia profits up despite COVID supply chain challenges

Nokia CEO says the company has 70 5G deal wins and 21 live networks deployed On its Q1 earnings call, Nokia President and CEO Rajeev Suri said that while the company’s revenues took a small hit — EUR200 million in net sales — due to...

Sprint loses $274 million in Q2, impacted by Lifeline reimbursements

Sprint CEO: Merging with T-Mobile will provide the "best outcome" for consumers, employees and shareholders While Sprint reported growth in postpaid net additions during the second quarter of 2019, the carrier lost 91,000 of its most lucrative phone connections in the latest quarter and also...

T-Mobile reports increased income, provides update on Sprint merger

The FCC has finally voted to approve T-Mobile, Sprint merger T-Mobile had a lot to celebrate during its third-quarter earnings call. The carrier’s net income hit $870 million, up 9% from a year earlier, and earnings per share totaled $1.01, beating analysts' forecast of 96...

US Cellular prepares for 2020 5G launch amid mixed Q2 results

US Cellular picked up millimeter wave licenses and is pressing for mid-band spectrum in ramp to 5G On the US Cellular earnings call last week, President and CEO Ken Meyers described the company’s second quarter as “competitive, but slower than expected.” Despite the loss of 26,000 postpaid...

SBA Communications credits Q2 growth to carriers building 5G

SBA Communications CEO says substantial 5G network development will continue in the U.S. The second quarter was a strong one for wireless infrastructure company, SBA Communications Corporation, and according to SBA President and CEO Jeffrey A. Stoops, the company hit a significant milestone. “The second quarter was a...

Nokia sees strong Q2 as 5G demand rises

Nokia CEO: Strong 4G essential to delivering high performance in 5G Finnish telecom network infrastructure vendor Nokia reported a stronger-than-expected second quarter with a 7% rise in revenue from the previous year, boosted by revenue in North America and end-to-end 5G demand. Despite earlier predictions of a flat market, the company now...

#TBT: Sprint, SoftBank pressured on Huawei; T-Mobile launches LTE … this week in 2013

Congress applied pressure to Sprint and SoftBank to avoid Huawei, while T-Mobile USA launched its LTE network … 4 years ago this week. Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines...

Analyst Angle: How did Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint compare

T-Mobile US attracts the most customers in 2016, while Verizon excelled in retail churn. Editor’s Note: Welcome to Analyst Angle. We’ve collected a group of the industry’s leading analysts to give their outlook on the hot topics in the wireless industry. All four nationwide carriers...

Worst of the Week: Has T-Mobile surpassed AT&T and Verizon as No. 1?

Verizon and AT&T may have the numbers, but T-Mobile is really the market’s leader thanks to an inability for rivals to stay focused on operations. Hello! And welcome to our Friday column, Worst of the Week. There’s a lot of nutty stuff...

AT&T software plans ahead of schedule, light on 5G details

AT&T Q4 call dominated by policy questions, but carrier said to be ahead of schedule on software integration, light on new 5G details. AT&T’s latest chat with the financial analyst community concerning its fourth quarter operations performance was dominated by talk of...

Verizon testing 5G in 10 locations, could expand beyond fiber footprint

5G trial progress a highlight of Verizon Q4 results as the telecom giant suffered under competitive strain from T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint. Verizon Communications is looking to maintain its position near the head of “5G” network development, noting it’s currently moving on...

RCR Wireless News Top 100 stories of 2016 (Pt. 2)

Huawei surges; FCC moves on USF and 5G leadership, while scoring open internet victory; and Sprint pockets cash. Editor’s Note: Before we turn the page on 2016, we thought we would take a look back at the past 12 months by highlighting...

T-Mobile again accused of misleading investors with hazy metrics

CtW Investment Group filed a complaint with the SEC asking for an investigation into T-Mobile and parent company DT accounting practices. An investment group claiming to represent union pension funds said T-Mobile US is misleading investors by not providing “adequate information and necessary...

DT dismisses plans to sell T-Mobile US stake despite Trump election

DT management said it was not in the “mood” to alter its current ownership stake in T-Mobile US as the unit continues to show strength. T-Mobile US parent company Deutsche Telekom continues to deny interest in selling off its U.S.-based operations, which...

Sprint stock dives on earnings release as prepaid drag set to continue

Sprint investors reacted negatively to release of its full fiscal Q2 results, with the carrier’s prepaid biz set to lose 2M customers in current quarter Highlighting the continued volatility around anything related to Sprint, the carrier’s stock gave back a good chunk of its recent...

Sprint price war with T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T weighs on revenue

Aggressive pricing moves against rivals T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T dampened consumer spending at Sprint, though recovery appears on track Sprint fleshed out its second fiscal quarter results highlighted by the continued shift in consumer spending tied to device payment plans and reiterating its plans to...

T-Mobile again stomps Verizon, AT&T and Sprint in customer growth

Robust customer growth and increased consumer spending bolsters T-Mobile US bottom line, celebrated by investors with new 52-week high As expected, T-Mobile US posted industry leading third-quarter customer growth and continuing incremental improvements in financial results. For the quarter, the nation’s No. 3 carrier in terms...

AT&T stung by T-Mobile and Sprint, 2G decommission plans

Similar to Q3 results from Verizon, AT&T posted slowing wireless growth and impact from planned 2G decommission, while T-Mobile and Sprint surge Goosed by its proposed $80 billion acquisition of Time Warner, AT&T bumped up the release of its third-quarter financial and operating results, showing...

Verizon calm on T-Mobile and Sprint impact; looks toward 5G, IoT

Verizon shrugged off short-term competitive impact from rivals T-Mobile and Sprint, notes 5G trials remain on track for 2017 and IoT continues to grow Verizon Communications released third-quarter financial results this week that show a considerable influence from rivals in the mobile space on growth,...

T-Mobile and Sprint take bite out of Verizon Q3 numbers

Verizon Wireless sees steep year-over-year drop in connection growth, which analysts attribute to aggressive moves from T-Mobile and Sprint Verizon Communications’ once metronomic wireless operating performance looks to be skipping some beats with its most recent quarterly results sounding a sour note for the telecom...

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