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AT&T activates 3.1 million iPhones in Q4

Announcing its fourth-quarter fiscal results, AT&T has revealed that it handled 3.1 million iPhone activations during the holiday quarter. According to the announcement, this was the second-highest quarterly iPhone activation total to date, with more than a third of those activations coming from customers who were new to AT&T. Overall, the company saw net gains of 2.7 million wireless subscribers, the second-highest quarterly net gain in the company’s history; based on the numbers, the iPhone accounted for well over a third of those additions.

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As long as they pump those revenues back into their network and drag the US Telecommunications industry into the 21st century.

Posted by Dan Woods on January 28, 2010 at 5:52 PM (PDT)

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