Sprint 2012 Q3

Sprint’s latest financials show that the network is stemming its losses, but is still taking a hit on a $767 million net loss and an operating loss of $231 million. Dan Hesse’s company managed to bring in service revenues of $7.3 billion and added a further 900,000 customers in the period, but ate $397 million write-down as part of the Nextel shutdown.

Naturally, it’s been a busy three months for Sprint after it reported a $629 million operating loss in the second quarter of the year. Since then, it’s been bought out by Japanese carrier Softbank for $20.1 billion and has used some of the cash to regain a controlling stake in Clearwire.


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