U.S. & Canada Mobile Operator Benchmark

The U.S. & Canada Mobile Operator Benchmark details and compares the initiatives of the largest U.S.- and Canada-based operators, including financial performance, go-to-market initiatives and resource management strategies.

Includes

Excel Workbook featuring current and historical data

Cadence

Quarterly (publishes in March, June, September and December)

Segments

  • Financial
  • Go to Market
  • Resource Management

Operators

  • AT&T
  • Verizon
  • Sprint
  • T-Mobile USA
  • U.S. Cellular
  • Rogers Wireless
  • Telus Wireless
  • Bell Mobility

Metrics

  • Subscriber Market Share
  • Subscriber Year-to-year Change
  • ARPU
  • Days Sales Outstanding
  • Subscriber Churn
  • Lifetime Revenue per Subscriber
  • Inventory Turns per Year
  • Fixed Asset Turns per Year
  • Penetration of Covered POPs
  • Revenue per POP per Month
  • Subscribers per Employee
  • Network Opex as a Percentage of Revenue (TTM)
  • Capex as a Percentage of Revenue (TTM)
  • Revenue
  • Revenue Year-to-year Change
  • Annualized Revenue per Employee
  • Gross Margin
  • SG&A as Percentage of Revenue
  • Operating Margin
  • Days Cash Outstanding
  • Total Asset Turns
  • Debt-to-asset Ratio
  • Current Ratio
  • Return on Assets
  • Return on Equity
  • Number of Employees
  • Subscribers
  • Covered POPs
  • Net Subscriber Additions
  • Sequential Subscriber Growth
  • Cost per Gross Addition
  • CCPU
  • CPGA as a Percentage of LRS
  • Capex

Geography

  • Canada
  • United States

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