The fourth-quarter 2016 earnings reporting season has ended, and FierceTelecom is tracking how the top carriers in the wireline telecom industry performed.
In this report, we rank each service provider based on their total revenue for the quarter. You'll also find major metrics—such as broadband adds, broadband churn, and video subscribers—of each service provider.
You can also look at our fourth-quarter earnings page that chronicles all of the major providers, vendors and integrators in this segment.
|Rank||Total Revenue||Broadband Adds/Drops||Total Wireline Broadband subs||Video Adds/Drops|
|1. AT&T||$41.8B||136K U-verse||14.2M||235K DirecTV|
|2. Verizon||$32.3B||68K||7.04M||21K FiOS|
|3. CenturyLink||$4.29B||lost 6K subs||5.95M||added 7K subs|
|4. Frontier||$2.42B||lost 73K subs||4.27M||lost 84K|
|5. Windstream||$1.3B||lost 12K subs||1.05M||lost 8K|
|6. Cincinnati Bell||$285M||added 16K||300K||4,200 Fioptics|
|7. TDS Telecom||$283M||lost 3,300*||230K||1,700 IPTV|
|8. Lumos Networks||$206.9M||665||9K||lost 10 subs|
|9. FairPoint||$203.9M||lost 2,923||307K||not reported|
|10. Consolidated||$176M||17K||473K||lost 11,539|
|11. Hawaiian Telcom||$96.8M||added 89||91K||1,777 IPTV|
This article was updated on March 17 to correct the rankings according to revenue amount.