Sprint serves the US market with wireless and wireline products and services, with its main focus being on wireless. Sprint is the fourth-largest US mobile operator in terms of subscriptions. Sprint ended 2Q19 with 54.31 million subscriptions.
- In April 2018 T-Mobile and Sprint announced plans to merge. After a successful merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, New T-Mobile will divest and sell Sprint's prepaid portfolio, including Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, and Sprint prepaid, as well as Sprint's 800MHz spectrum, to Dish.
- Sprint launched 5G in May 2019 in its first four markets: Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Kansas City. As of October 2019, 5G has launched in nine markets.
- In September 2019, Sprint opened the Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners, combining Sprint's Curiosity IoT and 5G.
Features and Benefits
- Analyze Sprint's financial position and its ranking against other major operator groups worldwide by several financial benchmarks.
- Understand Sprint's key performance indicators, including a look at Sprint's subscriptions and ARPU, and compare market share in the US market.
- Understand the market dynamics for Sprint in both its wireless and wireline segments.
Key questions answered
- What are Sprint's key products and services?
- How does Sprint measure against its peers across a variety of financial benchmarks?
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Download 1: Sprint Update, October 2019