Even thou he is correct, he is still wrong. If a contract break is only equal to two months of service,; then, people may break them if they have a year left. I know I’ve muttered this idea over and over. I’m still hung up on the idea of the unknown or going Droid. It is still widely accepted that Droid is bunk on ATT but Sprint and Verzion have spotty service near my home. HMM…
According to�MarketWatch, the CEO told investors that most iPhone users — about two-thirds — were�already customers�of AT&T. In addition, strong sales of devices like the iPhone 4 lock customers into two-year contracts, meaning they won’t jump ship to an alternative carrier like Verizon.
“If you look at the iPhone base, about 80 percent is either on a family-talk plan or in a business relationship with us,” Stephenson reportedly said. “Those customers tend to be very sticky. They don’t churn very quickly.”
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