U.S. Cellular loses subscribers in Q2 but makes gains in LTE coverage
Less subscribers naturally translates into lower numbers and U.S. Cellular is no exception. With quarterly revenues standing at $1.02 billion, the carrier squeezed out a $52.7 million profit.
The best news about the carrier is that it keeps on steadily growing its 4G LTE network which now reached 30% of current customers. U.S. Cellular’s LTE network is planned to grow to cover 58% by the end of this year. Additionally, now 17% of all smartphones the carrier sells comes to LTE devices.
source: U.S. Cellular via MobileBurn