It's been crazy watching Sprint overhaul itself over the last year, going from a wasteland of phones to probably the number two carrier for hardware, so I feel kinda bad that they still bled out over 800,000 postpaid customers this past quarter. (Postpaid are the customers carriers actually want, vs. people who prepay for chunks of minutes.)

It's an improvement over the last six months—the biggest sequential improvement in five years—and less terrible than expected, but still not good. Sprint thinks it'll be better next quarter, but that $478 million loss gots to sting. [PC Mag]