Q1 report shows how U.S. carriers stack up agains each other

Q1 report shows how U.S. carriers stack up agains each other
Most U.S. carriers have already published their Q1 results, but it would be really time-consuming for us to get all the data into one place and make a nice and clean comparison of the important figures. That's where Strategy Analytics comes in with its Q1 2010 report on how the U.S. carriers perform and how they stack up against each other.

By the looks of it, Verizon Wireless and AT&T are well ahead of the others, with some 92 million and 86 million customers respectively. As usual, following on 3rd and 4th place are Sprint and T-Mobile USA, with 47 million and 33 million customers respectively. Anyways, check the table for some other interesting details like Net Adds, Data % of Service Revenue and ARPU rates, as they paint the clear picture of how each carrier in the U.S. performs. Even more information is expected to be available sometime next week when Strategy Analytics plans to publish its 2010 U.S. carrier outlook report.

via: BGR


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