Android Helps Sprint Achieve Best Wireless Net Additions Since 2006

Don’t look now, but Sprint is on a serious roll.  The guys behind the Now Network reported their Q3 ’10 results and things are looking up.  Sprint netted 644,000 total wireless subscribers over the quarter, including 354,000 postpaid customers.  Thanks to fantastic phones like the Epic 4G and and EVO 4G, the provider had their best year-over-year improvement in postpaid churn (1.93 percent) in five years. To be fair, it’s not all good news for Sprint.  They still had a consolidated net operating revenues of nearly $8.2 billion and a net loss of $911 million.  Head over to Sprint’s news room to read the full press release.

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1 Comment

  1. Motoxer
    October 27, 22:19 Reply

    This is awesome. How often does a company make something as great as Android, give it away for free to manufacturers and have it pull multiple companies out of the hole…

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