AT&T posted their second quarter 2012 financial results today. 5.1 million smartphones were sold; subtract the 3.7 million iPhone activated, and you should get a pretty clear idea of how many Android devices were sold. There were 1.3 million net subscribers added. Here are the broad strokes.
- $0.66 diluted EPS compared to $0.60 diluted EPS in the second quarter of 2011, up 10 percent year over year and sequentially
- Consolidated revenues of $31.6 billion, up 0.3 percent versus the year-earlier period; up 2.0 percent when adjusted for Advertising Solutions sale
- Highest-ever wireless margins, operating income margin of 30.3 percent, with EBITDA service margin of 45.0 percent
- $2.5 billion in stock buybacks; 75.8 million shares repurchased
- 18.8 percent growth in wireless data revenues, up $1 billion versus the year-earlier quarter
- Best-ever postpaid, prepaid and total wireless churn; postpaid churn drops to 0.97 percent
- 1.3 million total wireless net adds, with gains in every customer category; 320,000 postpaid net adds
- Strong smartphone sales of 5.1 million with more than one-third of all postpaid smartphone subscribers now on 4G-capable devices
- Branded computing (tablets, tethering plans, etc.) net adds of 496,000 to reach a total of 6.3 million, up more than 50 percent versus a year ago
- Postpaid wireless subscriber ARPU (average monthly revenues per subscriber) up 1.7 percent to $64.93
You can dig in to more of the nitty gritty over at AT&T's investor relations. For some reason there's a video running down the highlights, so here you go.
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