SWhile every other major carrier is routinely piling a million or so customers a quarter, Sprint continues its depressing custom of bleeding out a million—1.3 million, in fact, which is more than its expected loss of an even million. It also lost over $326 million (a year ago, it made $64 million). Apparently, Sprint's given up on efforts to dump its cancerous iDen network (which is a major source of the bleedout) too. Does that mean in effect it's given up the will to live? [NYT]
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