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1 Million T-Mobile Customers Use Unlocked iPhones
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RR6952
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RR6952,
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10/5/2011 | 9:20:57 PM
re: 1 Million T-Mobile Customers Use Unlocked iPhones
Clearly the words of an Apple hater. I have T-mo, and as much as I'd like the iPhone I am not willing to change carriers. While the current Android phones rival the iPhone, only a fool would say that Apple and its iPhone is not a gigantic player. Apple far surpasses every other phone, and computer company for that matter in the area that matters most to the general public. BRANDING! Say what you will about the technical specs of their products, fact is those are not what drives the masses.
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9/30/2011 | 9:49:42 PM
re: 1 Million T-Mobile Customers Use Unlocked iPhones
I don't think t-mobile will struggle. First off they are the only company that has a decent wi-fi hotspot offering that is not contract. Second, they may be bought by AT&T, which would in fact make the whole matter obsolete. And third, they do have Android.. With android, and windows phone 7.5, I forsee ios not mattering a bit to sales. sure there will always be hard core apple users, but it has already been noticed that Aplle phones are not "Cool" anymore, and business will move to the android and windows platform. so iPhone will become like the aplle computer, popular, but not a gigantic player.
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DavidMichael,
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9/30/2011 | 1:03:56 PM
re: 1 Million T-Mobile Customers Use Unlocked iPhones
Without an official iPhone option, T-Mobile will struggle


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