Sprint's Q1 Financial reports are looking pretty good. Overall, they posted a net lost of $439 Million; however, Sprint added 1.1 million total subscribers, churn was down, and was the lowest in five years, operating income was $259 million on $8.3 billion in revenue, which is up three percent from this time last year. CEO Dan Hesse had this to say, CEO Dan Hesse commented that it was "slow but steady progress," and called the addition of subscribers "a tough streak to keep going as the bar keeps getting higher."

I'm confident with the Nexus S 4G and the HTC EVO 3D coming later this year, among other new phones for Sprint, that this will be a great "comeback" year for the carrier. What do you guys think?

Source: Engadget