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Sprint Launches LTE in 41 New Markets

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Jul 30, 2013, 5:57 PM

the company lost 2 million net customers during the period.

Sprint indicated that many of the customers it lost were due to its shutdown of the iDEN network, which was turned off June 30.

Cool story sprint.
I call BS on that too.

Jul 30, 2013, 11:48 AM

Again, limited major city launch

Still, Sprint is focusing its efforts on the smallest of the larger cities. Of all the cities launched, Oakland is the largest this round, and even then, the signal is so weak, the speed so limited, and the coverage so terrible, I cant help but honestly say that Sprint is only doing the bare minimum to claim a launch when it is in fact nowhere remotely close to offering anything compared to Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or MetroPCS in that city.

Sorry Sprint, but you may have towers in 151 cities or markets or hicksvilles whatever you choose to call them, but from mine and everyone elses experience of use, we all testify that keeping your speed and signal lower than usable is not launched, its just a marketing gimmick to say to the FCC "We laun...
Wow you could not be more wrong if you tried 🙄
Ya buddy you really need to limit your preaching! I have sprint, my brothers have Verizon and AT&T and they are marginally better at best in the L.A market. L.A. Is not A small market! But hey I'm sure your therapist tells you to express your feeling...

Jul 30, 2013, 10:18 AM

ARPU: Sprint's 2013 still less than Nextel's 2004

I'm glad Sprint is making progress, but for a bit of perspective, Sprint's 2013-Q2 ARPU is given as $64, whereas Nextel's ARPU during 2004-Q3 was $69...that's almost NINE YEARS AGO and Sprint's current ARPU is still a whopping $5 per month per subscriber less than the original Nextel. Amazing.

"Best-ever Sprint platform postpaid ARPU of $64.20 and 11th consecutive quarter of year-over-year growth."
http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/sprint-repo ... »

What's the big deal about ARPU?
This figure represents how much customers spend with their wireless service providers, and Nextel always has led the pack. In the third quarter, Nextel reported that its ARPU was $69. Spri...
That is very, very interesting. I bet if you account for inflation, the numbers would be even more interesting.
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