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Verizon sells 2 million iPhones in Q3

Verizon has revealed that it sold two million iPhones during its third fiscal quarter, although it has yet to reveal early iPhone 4S sales figures. AllThingsD reports that during the company’s conference call discussing its third quarter results, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo revealed the two million figure, while continuing a trend started by Apple of blaming anticipation for the iPhone 4S for slower than expected customer additions. Shammo went on to say that the company is “extremely pleased” with the iPhone 4S’ launch thus far, as it ran out the first day—and continues to be on allocation from Apple—but declined to share any sales volumes.

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