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Sprint Sold 1.8 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 40 Percent To New Customers

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Sprint Nextel this morning released its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2011 as well as the full-year results. The company reported a net loss of $1.3 billion and a diluted loss of $.43 per share for the quarter and $2.9 billion for the whole of 2011. Now serving roughly...
Sprint Sold 1.8 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 40 Percent To New Customers

Sprint Sells 1.8 Million iPhones in 4Q 2011, 40% to New Subscribers

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Sprint today became the last of the three major U.S. iPhone carriers to report earnings for the fourth quarter of 2011, disclosing that it sold a total of 1.8 million iPhones during the quarter. While well below the 7.6 million activations reported by AT&T and the 4.3 million activations reported...
Sprint Sells 1.8 Million iPhones in 4Q 2011, 40% to New Subscribers

Forty percent of Sprint’s 1.8 million iPhone sales were to new customers

9to5mac.com
U.S. wireless carrier Sprint, the nation’s third-largest wireless telecommunications network, today announced holiday quarter earnings which contain a few interesting tidbits related to iPhone performance. Sprint, which ponied up $20 billion to land the iPhone last October, in a statement called the iPhone launch “successful”, adding: Forty percent of...
Forty percent of Sprint’s 1.8 million iPhone sales were to new customers

Sprint can barely wait to rid itself of Nextel network

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Sprint CEO Dan Hesse For the first time in six years, Sprint’s aging Nextel and wireline businesses didn’t overwhelm all positive gains from its primary CDMA business in its quarterly results. Sprint was helped along by 1.8 million iPhone activations, leading to big gains in revenue per subscriber and boosting...
Sprint can barely wait to rid itself of Nextel network

Sprint posts $863 million first-quarter loss, selling 1.5 million iPhones

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US operator Sprint posted sales of 1.5 million iPhones in the first quarter of 2012, down 300,000 units from its fourth quarter, swinging to a net loss of $863 million and a diluted net loss of $.29 per share, with revenues of $8.73 billion over the first three months of the year....
Sprint posts $863 million first-quarter loss, selling 1.5 million iPhones

Sprint posts $1.3 billion net loss in Q4; 1.8M iPhones sold, 1.6M net subscribers added

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Sprint on Wednesday reported its results for the fourth quarter of 2011. The nation’s No.3 carrier sold 1.8 million iPhone handsets, 40% of which were sold to new subscribers, and it managed 1.6 million total net subscriber additions in the quarter — its best performance in terms of customer...
Sprint posts $1.3 billion net loss in Q4; 1.8M iPhones sold, 1.6M net subscribers added

Sprint adds 1.6m subscribers in Q4 2011, sells 1.8m iPhones, but loses $1.3b

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Sprint's Q4 2011 results are in and, although the company is reporting a $1.3 billion net loss, they're highlighted by the best subscriber growth the carrier has seen since 2005. Both the loss and the sudden uptick in consumer interest can be reasonably attributed to Sprint's deal to carry...
Sprint adds 1.6m subscribers in Q4 2011, sells 1.8m iPhones, but loses $1.3b

Sprint Posts Wide Loss, Big Gain in Revenue and Customers Thanks, in Part, to the iPhone

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Sprint on Wednesday posted a large net loss amid various charges, but also saw it boost overall sales as it added more than half a million contract customers to the Sprint brand. For the three months ended Dec. 31, Sprint lost $1.3 billion or 43 cents per share, on revenue...
Sprint Posts Wide Loss, Big Gain in Revenue and Customers Thanks, in Part, to the iPhone

Ears-on with HD Voice on the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE

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So this definitely isn't your ordinary hands-on -- there's really no way to accurately capture audio coming through the earpiece in a mobile phone -- so, well, we'll just have to use our words. Sprint's just-announced HTC EVO 4G LTE is the first device to feature what the carrier...
Ears-on with HD Voice on the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE

Sprint Q4: 1.8M iPhone Sales, But 'All The Money's Going To Cupertino'

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Is Sprint’s bet on the iPhone paying off, or costing it a pretty penny? In the company’s Q4 earnings, the carrier boasted that 40 percent (720,000) of all iPhone sales were going to new customers, with 1.8 million iPhone users added overall, in the first full quarter of Sprint...
Sprint Q4: 1.8M iPhone Sales, But 'All The Money's Going To Cupertino'
Sprint to expand 4G LTE to Kansas City and Baltimore this year

Sprint’s 1.5 million new iPhone users keep subscriber growth in the black

9to5mac.com
  Sprint released its earnings today and while not good overall, it did demonstrate one bright spot: the iPhone.  Sprint sold 1.5M iPhones slightly down from the 1.8M last quarter but not as significant a drop as seen on Verizon or AT&T.  More importantly, 44% or 660,000 of the new...
Sprint’s 1.5 million new iPhone users keep subscriber growth in the black
Sprint’s iDEN push-to-talk network to go offline next summer
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Sprint Direct Connect Now confirmed: Android app brings push-to-talk to regular smartphones

Network Vision: Sprint’s path to domination

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Over the last year, Sprint has constantly touted its Network Vision upgrade as the way forward for the company to compete effectively against the likes of AT&T and Verizon Wireless, as well as T-Mobile USA and other smaller carriers. But what is Network Vision? How does it affect Sprint subscribers?...
Network Vision: Sprint’s path to domination

LTE iPhone Could Bring Sprint "To Its Knees"

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Sprint has made a big bet on the iPhone. And if it manages to pull it off, building out a competitive 4G network in time for the launch of the LTE version of the device later this year, it could do well by it. But if it doesn’t? Then things...
LTE iPhone Could Bring Sprint "To Its Knees"
The end is finally in sight for Sprint’s iDEN network
Sprint’s first 4G LTE markets finally go live July 15
Sprint agrees to $1 billion credit deal to buy Ericsson network equipment

Sprint shutting down iDEN services in 2013, paves the way for broad LTE coverage

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After all this time, Sprint is finally ready to let go of the Nextel iDEN platform that it acquired when it purchased Nextel Communications in 2005.With last week’s FCC approval of 3G and 4G deployment on the ESMR band that currently runs iDEN, Sprint can now officially begin the process...
Sprint shutting down iDEN services in 2013, paves the way for broad LTE coverage
Sprint’s HTC EVO One event: Notes and Pictures

Sprint may have LTE ready for Chicago, NYC, more by mid-year

www.electronista.com
Sprint might have more than just the six initial cities for its LTE-based 4G rollout in mid-year. A leak of internal documentation to TechnoBuffalo has shown that the LTE version of Sprint's Network Vision consolidation has been in progress in several other major cities since December. Akron, Chicago, Fort Worth,...
Sprint may have LTE ready for Chicago, NYC, more by mid-year

Shares of Sprint continue to fall as analyst warns of possible bankruptcy fears

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Could the country’s third largest wireless carrier Sprint be headed toward a bankruptcy filing? That’s the fear of at least one stock analyst who said the company — led by telecom vet Dan Hesse and a big backer of Clearwire — faces a very uncertain future. The stock continued to...
Shares of Sprint continue to fall as analyst warns of possible bankruptcy fears
Sprint's target 2014 4G LTE coverage map revealed

Sprint leaves LightSquared without a network

gigaom.com
Sprint on Friday terminated its partnership with LightSquared, not only denying the would-be operator its biggest 4G customer, but also blocking LightSquared’s path to building an LTE network. LightSquared chances of ever getting its mobile broadband service off the ground were already bad enough, but now it’s faced with two...
Sprint leaves LightSquared without a network

A win for Sprint: FCC approves 3G and 4G on iDEN spectrum

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The FCC has just approved an order amending the rules to the ESMR 800MHz spectrum that allows for 3G and 4G network technologies to be deployed on the band. For Sprint, this means that its subscribers will experience massive improvements in coverage, soon.Strictly speaking, the FCC did not just say...
A win for Sprint: FCC approves 3G and 4G on iDEN spectrum
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