Thursday, July 28, 2011

Sprint Loses 101,000 Post-Paid Customers

Sprint reported their quarterly earning and dropped a "small" detail that they lost 101,000 post-paid customers.  They expected to lose "just" 15,000.

In an article posted by AppleInsider today, they write:
"In its latest quarter, Sprint posted a net loss of 101,000 subscribers, far higher than the 15,000 loss analysts had expected it to suffer. In contrast, AT&T added 331,000 subscribers and Verizon added 1.3 million, aided by news sales of 2.3 million iPhones."
It seems that I really love underdogs; first Palm, and now Sprint.  If only they had the HP Pre3 or the Apple iPhone.

[Via AppleInsider.com...]
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