Verizon loses some high-end phone subscribers during the first quarter


On Tuesday, Verizon reported its first-quarter earnings and announced that it had lost 44,000 net postpaid smartphone connections during the period. Some analysts consider that to be the most important category that a wireless carrier reports every three months. That compares to the 24,000 net postpaid phone connections that the company lost during the 2018 first quarter. Overall though, Verizon had 61,000 retail net postpaid additions from January through March; that figure includes tablet net losses of 156,000 and connected device net additions (mostly wearable devices) of 261,000. Total …

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