• AT&T gained over 300,000 net new postpaid phone subscribers in Q1 2018

    4 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    The nation's second largest wireless carrier, AT&T, reported today that it lost 22,000 postpaid phone subscribers during the first quarter of 2018 compared to the fourth quarter of 2017. But on a year-over-year basis, the company reported a gain of over 300,000 postpaid phone subscribers from January to March of 2018. For a wireless carrier, this is the most important metric they care about. Total postpaid additions hit 49,000.
    AT&T also reported 192,000 pre-paid phone net additions for Q1, and close to 500,000 smartphones were added to AT&T's base. The churn of .84% in postpaid ...
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  • Facebook Boasts 49-Percent Revenue Increase For Q1 2018

    Facebook Boasts 49-Percent Revenue Increase For Q1 2018

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Facebook is boasting a 49-percent revenue increase for the first quarter of 2018 compared to the first quarter total revenue earnings from 2017. According to Facebook's earnings report the social media company had a total Q1 2018 revenue of $11.966 Billion, which is a fairly big jump from the $8.032 Billion that it recorded at the same time last year. Perhaps unsurprisingly the majority chunk of that revenue came from advertising, with the report listing that out of the total above-mentioned revenue, advertising brought in $11.795 Billion of it, with the remaining $171 Million coming from...
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  • AT&T Posts $38B In Revenues, 3.2M Net Adds For Q1 2018

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    AT&T has just announced earnings for the first quarter of the year, which is headlined with consolidated revenues of $38 billion for the quarter. Cash from operations totaled $8.9 billion, capital expenditures were $6.1 billion and free cash flow was $2.8 billion. That translates to a diluted EPS or Earnings Per Share of $0.75 as reported, and adjusted to $0.85. This is up from $0.56 and $0.74 respectively year-over-year. AT&T actually missed analysts expectations here, EPS of $0.87 were expected, with revenues of $39.31 billion for the quarter. So the carrier just narrowly missed analysts...
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