United States Cellular Shares Outstanding 2010-2024 | USM

United States Cellular shares outstanding from 2010 to 2024. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
United States Cellular Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023 87
2022 86
2021 87
2020 87
2019 88
2018 87
2017 86
2016 85
2015 85
2014 84
2013 85
2012 85
2011 85
2010 87
2009 87
United States Cellular Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2024-03-31 88
2023-12-31 87
2023-09-30 86
2023-06-30 86
2023-03-31 86
2022-12-31 86
2022-09-30 85
2022-06-30 87
2022-03-31 87
2021-12-31 87
2021-09-30 87
2021-06-30 88
2021-03-31 88
2020-12-31 87
2020-09-30 88
2020-06-30 87
2020-03-31 88
2019-12-31 88
2019-09-30 88
2019-06-30 88
2019-03-31 88
2018-12-31 87
2018-09-30 87
2018-06-30 86
2018-03-31 86
2017-12-31 86
2017-09-30 85
2017-06-30 86
2017-03-31 86
2016-12-31 85
2016-09-30 85
2016-06-30 85
2016-03-31 85
2015-12-31 85
2015-09-30 85
2015-06-30 85
2015-03-31 85
2014-12-31 84
2014-09-30 84
2014-06-30 84
2014-03-31 85
2013-12-31 85
2013-09-30 84
2013-06-30 85
2013-03-31 85
2012-12-31 85
2012-09-30 85
2012-06-30 85
2012-03-31 85
2011-12-31 85
2011-09-30 85
2011-06-30 85
2011-03-31 86
2010-12-31 87
2010-09-30 86
2010-06-30 87
2010-03-31 87
2009-12-31 87
2009-09-30 87
2009-06-30 87
2009-03-31 87
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Wireless - National Providers $4.845B $3.906B
U.S. Cellular is one of the largest full-service wireless carriers in the United States. The company provides a range of wireless products and services and a high-quality network to increase the competitiveness of local businesses and improve efficiency of government operations. It is a subsidiary of Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. U.S. Cellular provides wireless service coverage for Telephone and Data Systems in midwest markets. The company caters to retail and business customers, offering a wide range of products and services and local, regional and national calling plans, enhanced wireless services, mobile messaging, prepaid services, office products, data services and roadside assistance. The company generates revenues from 2 sources: Service and Equipment Sales. Service Consists of charges for access, roaming, airtime and value-added services, charges to other wireless carriers for roaming services. Equipment Sales involve into Selling of handsets and accessories to customers and agents.
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