The key metric of wireless subscriber growth declined from a year ago despite strong profits from tax reform.
Cheap wireless plans might be harder to find this year, as the two most aggressive U.S. wireless carriers, Sprint and T-Mobile US, are signaling they will scale back discounting.
At a CES event to promote the company's unlimited-only data plans, T-Mobile CEO John Legere offers a look at another strong quarter of wireless phone subscriber growth.
All of Verizon's key financial metrics are up: subscribers, revenues and profits.
Despite aggressive discounts over its rivals, Sprint saw a decline in a key segment for subscribers.