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Merrill Lynch: T-Mobile USA to get iPhone next week

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Investment bank Merrill Lynch has fueled the rumor fire today, claiming T-Mobile USA will get the iPhone next week during analysts day on Friday. In his note to clients, analyst Scott Craig says "speculation is heightening" that parent company Deutsche Telecom (DT) will make the announcement sooner rather than later. The news would come as a surprise, especially just two weeks after ...

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#1
Yawn! Very happy with my Galaxy S3, thank you very much!
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#2
I hope this was a apple move and not T-Mobile. I will be interested to see if they have all the same requirements on display as the other carriers.
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Antourage Suspended due non-functional email address
This would have been big news a year and a half ago. But since Samsung stepped up with the Galaxy line, I laugh at the iPhone.
#4
Might actually be true this time. My store has already received cases for the iPhone 5. T-Mobile desperately needs the thing if only to help slow down churn.
#5
Originally posted by Antourage:
This would have been big news a year and a half ago. But since Samsung stepped up with the Galaxy line, I laugh at the iPhone.
Too little, too late. That I agree with you! T-Mobile is too late to jump on Apple's bandwagon, with Verizon/AT&T getting most of the subscribers. If they provide unlimited 4G data, then that might entice some customers, but most will stay where they are, and yes the Galaxy line rules bought the Galaxy Note 2 last weekend, and have had nothing but praises for it. Have thrown just about everything on that it can handle and it keeps going without letup! I would take a Samsung phone over an iPhone any day!!

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#6
The iPhone is so boring....
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