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Revenue of the Sprint Corporation 2006-2018

Sprint Corporation's revenue from 2006 to 2018 (in billion U.S. dollars)*

Revenue of the Sprint Corporation 2006-2018 The statistic depicts the revenue of the Sprint Corporation, formerly Sprint Nextel, from 2006 to 2018. The SoftBank Corporation acquired the majority ownership of Sprint Nextel in 2013. The company was then renamed as Sprint Corporation. The revenue of the Sprint Corporation in its 2018 fiscal year amounted to 32.41 billion U.S. dollars.
Sprint Corporation - additional information

Known as Sprint Nextel Corporation until 2013, Sprint Corporation is a U.S. telecommunications operator with headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas. The company is one of the four major wireless telecommunications providers in the United States, along with AT&T, Verizon Communications, and T-Mobile. It is majority-owned by the Japanese multinational telecommunications and Internet corporation, SoftBank. Between 2011 and 2014 the company shed almost a quarter of its workforce and now employs approximately 31,000 people.

In 2014, the Sprint generated revenues of around 35 billion U.S. dollars, supported by a subscriber base of approximately 55 million people, comparable in number to T-Mobile. The company enjoys a relatively high average revenue per user (ARPU), currently sitting near 48 U.S. dollars. This compares favorably to both AT&T and T-Mobile, but performance is held back by a high overall churn rate. In fact, of the four big wireless carriers in the U.S., Sprint has the highest postpaid churn rate, losing a greater percentage of customers per month than AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile.

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Sprint Corporation's revenue from 2006 to 2018 (in billion U.S. dollars)*

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The statistic depicts the revenue of the Sprint Corporation, formerly Sprint Nextel, from 2006 to 2018. The SoftBank Corporation acquired the majority ownership of Sprint Nextel in 2013. The company was then renamed as Sprint Corporation. The revenue of the Sprint Corporation in its 2018 fiscal year amounted to 32.41 billion U.S. dollars.
Sprint Corporation - additional information

Known as Sprint Nextel Corporation until 2013, Sprint Corporation is a U.S. telecommunications operator with headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas. The company is one of the four major wireless telecommunications providers in the United States, along with AT&T, Verizon Communications, and T-Mobile. It is majority-owned by the Japanese multinational telecommunications and Internet corporation, SoftBank. Between 2011 and 2014 the company shed almost a quarter of its workforce and now employs approximately 31,000 people.

In 2014, the Sprint generated revenues of around 35 billion U.S. dollars, supported by a subscriber base of approximately 55 million people, comparable in number to T-Mobile. The company enjoys a relatively high average revenue per user (ARPU), currently sitting near 48 U.S. dollars. This compares favorably to both AT&T and T-Mobile, but performance is held back by a high overall churn rate. In fact, of the four big wireless carriers in the U.S., Sprint has the highest postpaid churn rate, losing a greater percentage of customers per month than AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile.

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