Drops 129,000 customers while cable continues slow growth. It's the same story it's been for several years. Growth is slow, running about 3%/year while household formation is about 1%. 5-10% use wireless data only. The wireless only fraction is increasing, especially among young latinos and blacks. The trend isn't strong enough to reduce wired subscribers, to my surprise.
AT&T and Verizon are abandoning landlines to ~30,000,000 homes in favor of wireless. Most of these homes haven't been seriously upgraded in 10 years. AT&T lost 129,000 subs while comparably sized Time Warner Cable added 246,000. Verizon had a net gain of 2,000, with a rise in FiOS and a drop outside FiOS territory.