The company reported a fourth quarter loss of 26 cents per share on revenue of $9.14 billion. This beat analysts' expectations for a loss of 37 cents per shares on revenue of $8.97 billion.
She said the company reported a net loss of $1 billion for the quarter, which is lower than the $1.3 billion net loss in the same period one year ago.
Sprint also reported a record amount of platform subscribers, with 53.9 million, as well as record smartphone sales of 5.6 million devices, Borchardt added.
The company's fiscal 2013 revenue of $22.6 billion represents 5% growth, leading some to believe the company is actually turning its operations around.
Borchardt concluded that CEO Dan Hesse was mum on any details regarding a merger with T-Mobile USA (TMUS). However, he did say that consolidation would be healthy for the industry.
At last check, shares of Sprint were off the morning highs, but still positive by 3%.
-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.