AT&T commands an envy-inducing 47% of the smartphone market. According to the company, fully one-third of its post-paid subscribers are using smartphones.
AT&T does not include the iPhone in its new smartphone push, but is instead touting devices such as the Nokia E71x and BlackBerry Bold. It also has a full slate of enterprise-worthy Windows Mobile devices lining is retail shelves, such as the recently-announced Samsung Jack.
Because it sells twice the number of smartphones as competitor Verizon Wireless, I'd say the competition has a lot to do to catch up. The other carriers need some winning smartphones if they are to eat into AT&T's smartphone market share.
In the mean time, AT&T is going to sit back and play king of the smartphone hill for a while.
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