“T-Mobile in an FAQ quickly talked down any immediate plans to carry the iPhone following the takeover by AT&T,” Electronista reports.
“It stressed that the deal wouldn’t take effect for at least a year and that, as a result, no deal with Apple was automatic,” Electronista reports. “The language conspicuously left room open for an iPhone deal pre-merger but for now steered customers towards what it already had on sale.”
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Electronista reports, “T-Mobile has recently become elusive on the iPhone, refusing to either confirm or deny intentions. It has used the same language that Verizon used when it had a deal but didn’t want to publicly acknowledge plans and risk losing sales of existing Android phones.
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AT&T to buy T-Mobile USA – March 20, 2011