AT&T sold 4.8M iPhones in the first quarter

AT&T sold 4.8M iPhones in the first quarter

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New In comparison, Verizon Wireless sold 4 million units in the same period. [Read more]...
AT&T sold 4.8M iPhones in the first quarter
         

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