Sprint beats Wall Street but faces network delays

10/25/2012 | ClipSyndicate · Total Telecom Magazine (U.K.) · CNET · CIO.com

Sprint Nextel exceeded analysts' estimates last quarter even as it lost 106,000 contract customers -- excluding former Nextel subscribers who are leaving as the carrier shuts down its iDEN network, the company reported Thursday. Sprint executives also said that it has fallen three months behind schedule in building its "Network Vision" 4G network. "We have been seeing some delays from our vendors, largely related to logistics execution and material shortages as well as some delays related to the hurricanes in the third quarter," network operations head Steven Elfman said.

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