Wednesday, May 18, 2016

AT&T falls behind Verizon in Q3 2013 iPhone s for the first time since 2007, announces 3.7M s

Interesting news from AT&T’s Quarterly report today. T only activated 3.7 million i in the quarter. Verizon announced last week that it had activated almost 3.9 million making AT&T now the #2 iPhone mobile network in the US for the first time since it began selling the device in 2007.AT&T/Cingular was ’s launch partner and it has been the one seller of i ever since.Strong Smartphone Sales Continue. AT&T sold 5.1 million smart in the second quarter. Smart represented 77 percent of postpaid device sales. At the end of the quarter, 61.9 percent, or 43.1 million, of AT&T’s postpaid subscribers had smart, up from 49.9 percent, or 34.1 million, a yr rlier. AT&T’s ARPU for smart is twice that of non-smartphone subscribers, and about 88 percent of smartphone subscribers are on FamilyTalk® or business plans. Churn levels for these subscribers are significantly lower than for other postpaid subscribers. More than one-third of AT&T’s postpaid smartphone customers use a 4G-capable device.
Android, iPhone and device sales were supported by AT&T’s 4G network. Only AT&T’s 4G network lets iPhone 4S download three-times faster than any other U.S. carrier’s network. In the quarter, the company activated 3.7 million i, with 22 percent new to AT&T.The is still up yr over yr.Last quarter,AT&T activated 4 million ibut that was a lower 67% of Smartphone sales.

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