Verizon misses postpaid phone subscriber estimates

Reuters | Updated: 26-01-2021 18:09 IST | Created: 26-01-2021 17:33 IST
Verizon misses postpaid phone subscriber estimates
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Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday it added fewer monthly bill-paying phone subscribers than expected during the fourth quarter, as it faced increased competition from rivals T-Mobile US Inc and AT&T Inc .

The company added 279,000 postpaid phone subscribers in the quarter, below FactSet estimates of 443,100.

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