As the percentage of Americans who own cell phones approaches 100 percent, analysts predict that the two biggest wireless providers in the country will have a harder time selling new cell phone contracts to high-value subscribers.
AT&T and Verizon, which are announcing first quarter earnings this week, are likely to see slower growth of contract customers, analysts say. AT&T reports its quarterly results on Wednesday and Verizon reports the following morning.
Wireless operators typically add fewer customers in the first quarter, since many consumers buy new phones during the busy holiday season. But analysts say they … Read more