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iPhone likely seized over a half of all U.S. smartphone sales

Source: AT&T





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RE: iPhone sales on AT&T? Not so surprising
By vision33r on 1/28/2012 11:26:18 PM , Rating: 2
You're assessment is another biased and wrong one.

AT&T is the one making it hard to buy anything else other than iPhone. Because they are paying a very high price tag to Apple for subsidizing each iPhone.

Of course, they have to make sure everyone buys an iPhone. The subsidies are lower with Android devices, they really don't push you that hard to buy them unless it has their 4G.

Verizon also reported a high operating cost due to paying Apple a huge sum.


By sleepeeg3 on 2/2/2012 6:03:32 PM , Rating: 2
Your logic makes no sense. If the iPhones are costing AT&T more money from subsidies, they would seek to avoid selling them.

If they negotiated a deal with Apple to get lower rates by buying them in bulk, then it means I am right and Apple has their hooks in AT&T.


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