Survey: 34% Of AT&T’s iPhone Customers Waiting For Another iPhone Carrier To Upgrade
In the past few quarters, AT&T has seen a significant chunk of its revenues come from the sale of iPhones in the US.
Though the company's CEO Ralph de la Vega has insisted that an end to iPhone exclusivity is not a big deal and that the company would continue to grow even if it loses its exclusive partnership with Apple, industry observers have pointed out that the carrier indeed has a lot to lose.
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