Which Companies Won and Lost in the Telecom Space Last Quarter?

Fool.com editor Andrew Tonner discusses the dichotomy between the wireless companies and wireline providers. The quarter showed impressive numbers, with Verizon at 1.2 million net subscribers and AT&T at 320,000, with Sprint Nextel activating 1.5 million iPhones the first and second quarters. But companies such as Frontier Communications and CenturyLink, which are still invested in the wireline, are losing big.

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