During a presentation at the Code Conference Sprint's Chief Executive Officer Marcelo Claure said that the company will be a top wireless network competitor US in terms of quality within two years.
Claure said that Sprint will have the No. 1 wireless network with vast airwave holdings and current projects, which will improve network coverage in cities and high traffic areas.
The CEO made comments following a meet with SoftBank executives in Tokyo. SoftBank owns about 80% of the Kansas-based company, the nation's third-largest wireless carrier behind Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
Claure had a major challenge some eight months ago when he took the reins at Sprint. The compaby has been struggling to gain new customers and to keep its status as the third- largest US wireless carrier.