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Despite the really high price of iPhone, people are widely using it and the only reason behind this weird fact is that the carriers pay most of the phone’s price and you are left with paying a bit only. These carriers obviously have no sympathy for you, rather they do this in the hope to make the money on your data charge. The leading carrier for providing iPhones are AT&T and Verizon but another name that will enter to this list will be T-Mobile. Here are the details.
Last week it was declared by Jim Alling, COO of T-Mobile USA, that their company might also start providing iPhone now. This will give an opportunity to 33 million customers of T-Mobile to use Apple iPhone. And the even more amazing thing is that about 1.5 million of their customers are already using unlocked iPhones to enjoy something better than GSM download speeds.
The company has thought about going for this step because of two major reasons, first the company is facing sort of loss for not providing the most wanted smartphone to its customers and therefore it says, “We recognize that it has been a point of churn for us.” Secondly, maybe the right time has arrived for the company to expand in this way. This will not only benefit the company but also Apple, as the fourth largest U.S. carrier would give Apple access to 98% of the U.S. post-paid market and 75% of the country’s total mobile subscribers.
We are expecting the big arrival in the upcoming week. So all the T-Mobile customers get ready to grab your new iPhone now.