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Open: 5.83
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5.78 Day Low/High 5.86
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Key Data

  • Open $5.83
  • Day Range 5.78 - 5.86
  • 52 Week Range 5.44 - 8.06
  • Market Cap $24.19B
  • Shares Outstanding 4.09B
  • Public Float 612.19M
  • Beta 1.24
  • Rev. per Employee $1.11M
  • P/E Ratio n/a
  • EPS $-0.66
  • Yield n/a
  • Dividend n/a
  • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
  • Short Interest 105.03M 10/31/19
  • % of Float Shorted 17.16%
  • Average Volume 12.57M

Performance

5 Day
  • -5.28%
1 Month
  • -9.55%
3 Month
  • -14.21%
YTD
  • 0.09%
1 Year
  • -5.28%

Recent News

  • MarketWatch
  • WSJ

WeWork Is Reportedly in Discussions to Hire T-Mobile CEO John Legere

Shares of the wireless carrier, which is trying to merge with Sprint, fell following the report.

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Dish could be benefiting from AT&T’s video ‘calamity’— or else things are finally stabilizing

T-Mobile Offers More to Smooth Approval for Sprint Merger

The company is still battling to convince state attorneys general to support its proposed acquisition of Sprint.

Read full story

I thought I’d own SoftBank stock for decades, but the WeWork debacle changed my mind

SoftBank’s Quarterly Loss Was Its Biggest Ever. Blame WeWork and Uber.

Its rough September quarter should be a surprise to absolutely no one, given the company’s high-profile entanglement with WeWork and, to a lesser extent, Uber.

Sprint’s Earnings Show How Much It Needs a T-Mobile Merger

Sprint’s business remained under pressure in its most recent quarter as surprisingly large subscriber growth failed to stem losses at the wireless telecommunications firm.

Sprint swings to wider-than-expected loss and revenue misses, but stock gains ground

Sprint Corp. reported Monday it swung to a wider-than-expected loss and revenue that fell more than forecast, and the communications company lost about 400,000 wireless subscribers, but the stock tacked on 1.6% in premarket trading. The company is in the process of merging with T-Mobile U.S. Inc. . Sprint reported for the quarter to Sept. 30 a net loss of $274 million, or 7 cents a share, after a profit of $196 million, or 5 cents a share, in the year-ago period. The FactSet consensus was for a loss of 2 cents a share. Revenue fell 7.6% to $7.80 billion, below the FactSet consensus of $8.16 billion, as a beat in service revenue was offset by a miss in equipment sales. In wireless, net subscriber losses totaled 396,000, after a net loss of 20,000 a year ago, as net additions in postpaid was offset by losses in wholesale and prepaid. Churn increased to 1.87% from 1.78% in postpaid and rose to 4.94% from 4.74% in prepaid. The stock has shed 6.8% over the past three months, while T-Mobile U.S. shares have gained 6.1% and the S&P 500 has tacked on 4.6%.

Sprint's stock gains 1.6% premarket after Q2 results

Sprint Q2 total wireless net losses 396,000 vs. loss 20,000 a year ago

Sprint Q2 equipment sales $1.19 bln vs. $1.42 bln a year ago; FactSet consensus $2.65 bln

Sprint Q2 service revenue $5.27 bln vs. $5.76 bln a year ago; FactSet consensus $4.93 bln

Sprint Q2 FactSet per-share loss consensus 2 cents

CORRECT: Sprint Q2 revenue $7.80 bln vs. $8.43 bln a year ago; FactSet consensus $8.16 bln

CORRECT: Sprint Q2 per-share loss 7 cents vs. EPS 5 cents a year ago

T-Mobile revenue rises on big subscriber boost

T-Mobile US Inc. attracted more lucrative cellphone subscribers than its rivals in the third quarter even as the fate of its merger with Sprint Corp. remained in limbo. The carrier added 754,000 net new postpaid phone customers in the September quarter. Verizon Communications Inc. gained 444,000 such subscribers in the period while AT&T Inc.

T-Mobile Beat Competitors Again in Subscriber Growth. But Investors Are Getting Used to It.

T-Mobile US continued to lead the U.S. wireless industry in customer growth in the third quarter.

Jim Grant: Altria, SoftBank, and Their Divergent Paths

SoftBank’s heavy leverage and risky bets raise big questions. So does Altria’s dependence on tobacco profits.

SoftBank to Take Majority Stake in WeWork

The deal reportedly calls for the WeWork co-founder to receive nearly $1.7 billion and surrender his posts as chairman and a director.

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FCC approves T-Mobile-Sprint merger in party-line vote

Is It Time to Buy SoftBank Stock? Wait for the Smoke to Clear, Analyst Says

The Japanese conglomerate has been ravaged in recent months by a toxic brew of bad investments and terrible press. LightShed Partners lays out the bull and bear cases.

WeWork in Talks to Hire T-Mobile CEO

WeWork’s parent company is in discussions with T-Mobile CEO John Legere to take over leadership of the troubled office-sharing startup.

on The Wall Street Journal

McDonald’s, Under Armour, Walt Disney: Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are seven major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.

on The Wall Street Journal

T-Mobile to Offer $15 Cellphone Plan

T-Mobile opened a new front in the cellphone pricing wars, unveiling a monthly data plan that starts at $15 as the company responds to critics that its planned merger with Sprint will lessen competition.

on The Wall Street Journal

Sling TV Boosts Dish Subscriber Count

Dish Network posted a surprise customer gain in the third quarter as its internet-TV business overshadowed accounts lost on the satellite side.

on The Wall Street Journal

Dish Picks Nokia, Sprint Veterans for Wireless Venture

The satellite company hires former Nokia executive Marc Rouanne and ex-Sprint technology chief Stephen Bye.

on The Wall Street Journal

SoftBank Founder Calls Judgment ‘Bad’ After $4.7 Billion WeWork Hit

“I regret it in many ways,” Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said of the investment, after SoftBank marked down the total value of WeWork’s equity to $7.8 billion.

on The Wall Street Journal

After WeWork, SoftBank Needs to Soften Its Ambitions

SoftBank says it is still planning another $100 billion venture capital fund, but shareholders want the company to slow down.

on The Wall Street Journal

FCC Approves Merger of T-Mobile, Sprint

The FCC approved T-Mobile US’s merger with smaller rival Sprint in a vote split along party lines, but the wireless deal still faces an antitrust challenge from state attorneys general.

on The Wall Street Journal

Sprint Loses Ground on Rivals

Sprint lost 91,000 of its most lucrative phone connections in the latest quarter, as the No. 4 U.S. carrier struggled to retain subscribers and compete with its larger rivals for new customers.

on The Wall Street Journal

In California Fires, Power Outages Knock Out Modern Landline Phones

Dayslong power outages in California are revealing an inconvenient fact about modern landline phones: When the electricity goes out, so do they.

on The Wall Street Journal

T-Mobile Beats Rivals in Adding Phone Subscribers

T-Mobile attracted a higher number of lucrative cellphone subscribers in the third quarter than Verizon and AT&T combined even as the fate of its Sprint deal remained in limbo.

on The Wall Street Journal

Verizon Boosts Subscribers, Aided by New Pricing Plans

Verizon Communications added new phone subscribers in the third quarter, aided by a revamp of its unlimited plans that shaved about $5 off customers’ monthly bills. Profit and revenue rose.

on The Wall Street Journal

Nokia’s 5G Troubles Prompt Profit Warning

Nokia shares fell more than 20% after it cut profit guidance for this year and next and halted its dividend to cover the growing costs of rolling out equipment for 5G mobile networks.

on The Wall Street Journal

WeWork Ex-CEO Set for Big Payout

SoftBank agreed to take a majority stake in WeWork after securing a deal that could hand co-founder Adam Neumann a nearly $1.7 billion windfall and sever most of his ties with the office-space startup.

on The Wall Street Journal

Verizon to Offer Free Disney+ as Streaming Wars Heat Up

Verizon said it would provide its wireless customers on unlimited data plans a year of free access to Disney+, giving the new streaming entrant a huge potential boost and the cellphone carrier a fresh way to hold on to customers.

on The Wall Street Journal

Why Cell Service in Subways Is So Terrible

Cash-strapped U.S. cities and modestly motivated carriers struggle to wire up subway tunnels.

on The Wall Street Journal

FCC Targets Free Conference-Call Services as Major Telecoms Cry Foul

The Federal Communications Commission says the services aren’t actually free as large phone companies and their customers pay for them.

on The Wall Street Journal

WeWork Is a Headache for SoftBank

Will We go public this year or not? The question matters for technology giant SoftBank as well as WeWork’s embattled parent company.

on The Wall Street Journal

AT&T Examines Split With DirecTV

AT&T is exploring parting with its DirecTV unit, people familiar with the matter said, a move that would mark a sharp course correction in strategy for the phone giant.

on The Wall Street Journal

Charlie Ergen Bets on Globalstar in Debt Deal

Billionaire Charlie Ergen is placing another wager on satellite communications with a debt investment in Globalstar, according to people familiar with the matter, following a recent deal that would arm his Dish Network with assets to build a new 5G cellphone network.

on The Wall Street Journal

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Amdocs (DOX) Q4 Earnings Surpass, Revenues Meet Estimates

Amdocs' (DOX) fiscal fourth-quarter performance benefits from new customer gains, strong traction in managed services and solid growth across all regions.

on Zacks.com

10-Q: SPRINT CORP

10-Q: SPRINT CORP

on Edgar Online - (EDG = 10Q, 10K)

4 Reasons Why AT&T Stock Can Stay In Rally Mode

4 Reasons Why AT&T Stock Can Stay In Rally Mode

on InvestorPlace.com

Wall Street Breakfast: Shots Fired In Streaming Wars

Wall Street Breakfast: Shots Fired In Streaming Wars

on Seeking Alpha

WeWork in Talks to Hire T-Mobile CEO

WeWork’s parent company is in discussions with T-Mobile CEO John Legere to take over leadership of the troubled office-sharing startup.

on The Wall Street Journal

Stock Market Today: T-Mobile’s Legere to Lead WeWork?

Stock Market Today: T-Mobile’s Legere to Lead WeWork?

on InvestorPlace.com

WeWork in hiring talks with T-Mobile chief Legere - WSJ

WeWork in hiring talks with T-Mobile chief Legere - WSJ

on Seeking Alpha

McDonald’s, Under Armour, Walt Disney: Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are seven major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.

on The Wall Street Journal

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Sprint, ADTRAN, Arista Networks, Altice USA and Viavi Solutions

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Sprint, ADTRAN, Arista Networks, Altice USA and Viavi Solutions

on Zacks.com

Smith Micro Pullback Offers An Early Christmas Gift

Smith Micro Pullback Offers An Early Christmas Gift

on Seeking Alpha

CommScope (COMM) Q3 Earnings Surpass Estimates, Shares Up

Higher revenues, driven by incremental contribution from ARRIS, enable CommScope (COMM) to beat third-quarter 2019 earnings estimates.

on Zacks.com

T-Mobile Makes A New Streaming Move Of Its Own

T-Mobile Makes A New Streaming Move Of Its Own

on Seeking Alpha

T-Mobile to Offer $15 Cellphone Plan

T-Mobile opened a new front in the cellphone pricing wars, unveiling a monthly data plan that starts at $15 as the company responds to critics that its planned merger with Sprint will lessen competition.

on The Wall Street Journal

Sling TV Boosts Dish Subscriber Count

Dish Network posted a surprise customer gain in the third quarter as its internet-TV business overshadowed accounts lost on the satellite side.

on The Wall Street Journal

Stock Market Today: Record Highs for Dow, Nasdaq and S&P 500

Stock Market Today: Record Highs for Dow, Nasdaq and S&P 500

on InvestorPlace.com

10-Q: SBA COMMUNICATIONS CORP

10-Q: SBA COMMUNICATIONS CORP

on Edgar Online - (EDG = 10Q, 10K)

T-Mobile to light up 5G network Dec. 6

T-Mobile to light up 5G network Dec. 6

on Seeking Alpha

Telecom Stock Roundup: Sprint, ADTRAN Incur Wider Quarterly Loss & More

Both Sprint (S) and ADTRAN (ADTN) miss bottom-line estimates on lower quarterly revenues.

on Zacks.com

Dish Picks Nokia, Sprint Veterans for Wireless Venture

The satellite company hires former Nokia executive Marc Rouanne and ex-Sprint technology chief Stephen Bye.

on The Wall Street Journal

SoftBank Founder Calls Judgment ‘Bad’ After $4.7 Billion WeWork Hit

“I regret it in many ways,” Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said of the investment, after SoftBank marked down the total value of WeWork’s equity to $7.8 billion.

on The Wall Street Journal

Sprint Opens Telecom Infra Project Community Lab for OpenRAN 5G NR

Sprint Opens Telecom Infra Project Community Lab for OpenRAN 5G NR

on PR Newswire - PRF

Boost Mobile Prepaid Customers Can Now Locate Valuables With Tracker + Safe & Found

Boost Mobile Prepaid Customers Can Now Locate Valuables With Tracker + Safe & Found

on BusinessWire - BZX

Sprint and the 1Million Project Announce Major Expansion of Initiative to Give Device and Anytime Internet Access to Every Eligible High Schooler in the Atlanta Metro

Sprint and the 1Million Project Announce Major Expansion of Initiative to Give Device and Anytime Internet Access to Every Eligible High Schooler in the Atlanta Metro

on PR Newswire - PRF

Synchronoss Advanced Messaging Technology Will Help Power a Fully Interoperable, Rich Messaging Application for CCMI New Joint Venture from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

Synchronoss Advanced Messaging Technology Will Help Power a Fully Interoperable, Rich Messaging Application for CCMI New Joint Venture from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

on GlobeNewswire

Synchronoss Advanced Messaging Technology Will Help Power a Fully Interoperable, Rich Messaging Application for CCMI New Joint Venture from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

Synchronoss Advanced Messaging Technology Will Help Power a Fully Interoperable, Rich Messaging Application for CCMI New Joint Venture from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

on GlobeNewswire

Synchronoss Advanced Messaging Technology Will Help Power a Fully Interoperable, Rich Messaging Application for CCMI New Joint Venture from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

Synchronoss Advanced Messaging Technology Will Help Power a Fully Interoperable, Rich Messaging Application for CCMI New Joint Venture from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon

on Globe Newswire

Education Marketing Services Market Next Big Thing | Major Giants Sprint, Focus Marketing, Keypath Education

Education Marketing Services Market Next Big Thing | Major Giants Sprint, Focus Marketing, Keypath Education

on ABNewswire

Sprint $S Trading Report

Sprint $S Trading Report

on Stock Traders Daily

Push-To-Talk Market Prosperity with Booming Top Key Players (2020-2029) | Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint Corporation

Push-To-Talk Market Prosperity with Booming Top Key Players (2020-2029) | Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint Corporation

on marketresearch.biz

Managed MPLS Market 2019: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecasts 2024

Managed MPLS Market 2019: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecasts 2024

on The Express Wire

Sprint Salutes Veterans, Active Duty and Reserves of the U.S. Armed Forces on Veterans Day

Sprint Salutes Veterans, Active Duty and Reserves of the U.S. Armed Forces on Veterans Day

on PR Newswire - PRF

New 'Sprint Perks' Unlocks $875 in Value for Customers on its Top-Tier Unlimited Plan

New 'Sprint Perks' Unlocks $875 in Value for Customers on its Top-Tier Unlimited Plan

on PR Newswire - PRF

T-Mobile Announces Plans for THREE Supercharged New T-Mobile Un-carrier Moves That Will Use Transformational 5G Network for GOOD

T-Mobile Announces Plans for THREE Supercharged New T-Mobile Un-carrier Moves That Will Use Transformational 5G Network for GOOD

on BusinessWire - BZX

Assurant Appoints Paget Alves and Ogi Redzic to Its Board

Assurant Appoints Paget Alves and Ogi Redzic to Its Board

on BusinessWire - BZX

Apple, eBay, Samsung Austin Semiconductor, and Sprint Accelerate Renewable Energy Development

Apple, eBay, Samsung Austin Semiconductor, and Sprint Accelerate Renewable Energy Development

on BusinessWire - BZX

Sprint Reports Fiscal Year 2019 Second Quarter Results

Sprint Reports Fiscal Year 2019 Second Quarter Results

on PR Newswire - PRF

Sprint $S Trading Report

Sprint $S Trading Report

on Stock Traders Daily

Shenandoah Telecommunications Company Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results

Shenandoah Telecommunications Company Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results

on GlobeNewswire

Sprint Announces Support for Customers in California Impacted by the Getty and Kincade Wildfires

Sprint Announces Support for Customers in California Impacted by the Getty and Kincade Wildfires

on PR Newswire - PRF

Sprint Corporation Schedules Fiscal 2019 Second Quarter Results Announcement

Sprint Corporation Schedules Fiscal 2019 Second Quarter Results Announcement

on PR Newswire - PRF

Sprint Corp.

Sprint Corp. is a holding company which engages in the provision of telecommunications services. The company operates through the Wireless and Wireline segments. The Wireless segment offers a variety of wireless voice and data transmission services, devices and accessories, and equipment rentals from devices leased to customers. The Wireline segment delivers wireline voice and data communications services to domestic and international companies, businesses, and consumers. The company was founded on October 5, 2012 and is headquartered in Overland Park, KS. (See Full Profile)

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Number of Ratings 16 Full Ratings

Competitors

Name Chg % Market Cap
Frontier Communications Corp. 3.40% $84.3M
Telephone & Data Systems Inc. -0.55% $2.73B
TELUS Corp. 0.50% $22.64B
SBA Communications Corp. 1.09% $25.74B
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