Tracking Q1 wireless earnings from Verizon, Ericsson, Qualcomm and more

Now that the Q1 2015 earnings season is getting underway, FierceWireless is tracking the performance of large carriers and vendors, including T-Mobile US (NYSE:TMUS), Sprint (NYSE: S), and Nokia (NYSE:NOK).

There are going to be a number of interesting shifts to keep an eye on during the first quarter reporting season. For one, T-Mobile may overtake Sprint in terms of total subscribers to become the No. 3 U.S. carrier. At the same time, there may also be big changes coming to the supplier market with Nokia making it official that it will acquire Alcatel-Lucent  (NYSE: ALU) for $16.6 billion.

Tune in to this special report throughout the season to see how all of the major wireless players fared in the first quarter. 

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