Sprint reported their quarterly earnings this week, and much to the company’s dismay, announced that they lost over 334,000 mobile connections. This isn’t a new trend, unfortunately. The company lost 245,000 postpaid customers in the first quarter. Even though subscribers keep fleeing, the company sounds optimistic about the future. On the company’s blog, Dr. John Saw, Chief Network Officer, explains, “As we finish the rip and replace of our 3G network, as well as reach 471 4G LTE markets, we now have a completely new platform in place.This is where the fun begins as we shift much of our focus and resources on local market optimization. Continue reading here.