Sprint touts network investments as it reports a $141M loss

In a quarterly call with investors last week, Sprint CEO Michel Combes said that the carrier "has added expanded its 800 MHz, 1.9 GHz and 2.5 GHz coverage." Combes added that "Sprint now has 27,000 small cells on-air, compared to only 3,000 at this time last year." This comes as Sprint reported a net loss of $141 million for the quarter. Combes noted the "massive MIMO deployment will improve both its LTE network and provide the building block for our mobile 5G launch in the coming months."

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