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A study from CIRP estimates Sprint (S) accounts for just 9% of iPhone sales at Apple Stores, and...

A study from CIRP estimates Sprint (S) accounts for just 9% of iPhone sales at Apple Stores, and 19% of sales at Best Buy. This compares with 63% and 60%, respectively, for AT&T (T). Also, 94% of Verizon and AT&T iPhone subs bought a second iPhone from the carrier, thus limiting Sprint's ability to poach. The study raises fresh questions about whether Sprint can hit its iPhone purchase commitments, and also helps explain why Verizon felt comfortable hiking service plan prices. (also)
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  • Headcoach
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    Really, hum lets see....

     

    Is this statistical information about the new Apple iPhone 4S. If so, who really cares. The iPhone 4S is NOT an LTE phone.

     

    Nice try!

     

    So what has happened is that they 60% and 28% blah, blah, blah, just bought a two year contract that locks them into a phone with no 4G....stuoops!
    26 Jun 2012, 04:55 PM Reply Like
  • Headcoach
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    Here, chew on this....

     

    http://onforb.es/KmS6Wz
    26 Jun 2012, 05:26 PM Reply Like
  • GaryintheBronx
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    Virgin Mobile has a very busy 3 months ahead - $35 pre-paid iPhone 4S. Sprint's outlook is gleaming,
    27 Jun 2012, 01:06 PM Reply Like
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