In the following video, Brenton and Austin discuss mobile telecommunications player Sprint, and its standing beside the two U.S. mobile giants, AT&T and Verizon. The company reported a solid quarter recently, posting record low customer churn and strong gains in average revenue per customer. However, with the impending release of the next-generation iPhone, Sprint's 4G network remains far behind its rivals'. The new iPad doesn't work on its existing network, and with 4G LTE compatibility a key selling point for the iPhone, Sprint has a lot of catching up to do to compete for Apple fans.
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