T-Mobile was the last major U.S. carrier to sell the iPhone. The network finally began selling the iPhone on April 12th, and it reportedly sold quite a few of Apple’s iPhones during the three month period.
It is rumored that T-Mobile sold around 900,000 iPhones in the quarter that ended June 30th, which is at the high end of predictions from analysts. While earnings won’t be announced until August 8th, it is rumored that the company has confirmed the numbers. Yesterday it was announced that the iPhone accounted for nearly 40% of the April sales for the carrier, so it is not surprising that the company had a large quarter in sales of iPhones.
The uncarrier plans introduced by T-Mobile seem very appealing to customers, and it seems plausible that the plan options have intrigued many new customers, as well as the introduction of the iPhone keeping existing customers. Although I’m not a T-Mobile customer, I do like both the uncarrier plans, and especially the new Jump program which will allow customers to upgrade whenever they want. As a phone geek, that would be perfect for me because I grow tired of phones quickly.
What do you think of T-Mobile’s new plans, and iPhone sales numbers? Are you surprised that the company was able to sell so many iPhones? Let us know by leaving a comment below.
Source: iDownload Blog