Sprint Corporation

Sprint Corporation was an American telecommunications company. Before being acquired by T-Mobile US on April 1, 2020, it was the fourth-largest mobile network operator in the United States, serving... Wikipedia

  • Formerly called:  Brown Telephone Company (1899–1911), United Telephone Company (1911–1925), United Telephone and Electric (1925–1938), United Utilities, Inc. (1938–1972), United Telecommunications and United Telephone System (1972–1987), Sprint Corporation (1987–2005, 2013–2020), Sprint Nextel Corporation (2005–2013)
  • Former type:  Public
  • Traded as:  NYSE: S
  • Industry:  Telecommunications
  • Fate:  Acquired by T-Mobile US
  • Predecessors:  SPC, GTE Sprint, US Sprint, Embarq, Nextel Communications
  • Successor:  T-Mobile US
  • Founded:  December 21, 1899
  • Founders:  Cleyson Brown
  • Defunct:  April 01, 2020 (as an independent company), August 02, 2020 (official)
  • Area served:  United States
  • Services:  Mobile Telephony, Wireless communications, Internet services, Broadband
  • Revenue:  US$33.60 billion (2019)
  • Operating income:  US$398 million (2019)
  • Total assets:  US$84.60 billion (2019)
  • Total equity:  US$26.07 billion (2019)
  • Owner:  T-Mobile
  • Number of employees:  28,500 (Q1 2019)
  • Parent:  T-Mobile US
  • Subsidiaries:  i-wireless, Open Mobile, SprintCom, Central Telephone, UbiquiTel
  • Data source:  DuckDuckGo
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