Sprint CEO Dan Hesse’s plan to fight AT&T and Verizon: ‘doing the right thing’

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Sprint is feeling pretty positive about itself these days. Most obviously, it dodged a bullet when AT&T failed to acquire T-Mobile, but since then Sprint’s last quarterly results were better than usual by Sprint’s usual standards — though perhaps that’s damning the company with faint praise. Nevertheless, Sprint was eager to tout them to a small group of reporters at its headquarters today, noting that its ARPU, OIBDA, FD-LTE, and churn were all headed in the right direction.

“ARPU, OIBDA, FD-LTE and churn” are all terms that the average human will justifiably ignore, though they are critically important to understanding whether Sprint will still be a viable carrier in a few years. Fortunately for those of us not deeply embedded in the…

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