Sprint says that its second quarter of the fiscal 2014 saw postpaid losses of 272,000 customers, prepaid additions of 35,000 and wholesale additions of 827,000. Sprint was also hit with a net loss of $765 million in the quarter, which is lower than the $23 million in income that it earned in the previous quarter.
Overall it seems as though Sprint had a pretty rough quarter. However, Sprint notes that its postpaid phone gross additions grew 37 percent month-over-month in September and also grew year-over-year. New Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure said that he plans to focus on four areas to help transform Sprint and improve its future:
What do you think about Sprint’s plan? Will Marcelo Claure be able to turn things around for the big yellow carrier?