“He explained at a JP Morgan conference that 70 percent of all of AT&T’s customers are on family plans, which are difficult to transition wholesale to another carrier due to multiple devices,” Electronista reports. “About 40 percent of subscribers have corporate plans that employers wouldn’t necessarily be willing to switch over to another carrier.”
Electronista reports, “The executive didn’t go so far as to indicate that AT&T’s exclusivity period for the iPhone was ending… De la Vega himself was enthused with the iPad, saying he was ‘addicted’ to it and that it had ‘changed the way [he] work[s].'”
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