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What: Shares of prepaid wireless service provider Leap Wireless International
So what: Last night's third-quarter report put pep in the Cricket network owner's step. Churn is lower, subscriber additions are trending up, and revenue is on the rise.
Now what: Direct rival MetroPCS Communications
This, of course, is hardly a unique strategy: Verizon
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