T-Mobile announced that they have sold 500,000 units of iPhones following their first quarter financial report Tuesday evening. The carrier started selling the phones on April 12 and the figures are still growing until now.
From the results of the report in the first quarter 2013, T-Mobile reported a decrease of profit compared the same quarter last year by 7 percent.
Earnings result excluding tax, depreciation, interest and amortization is $1.2 billion, down by 7.5 percent from the first quarter of 2012 but up from the fourth quarter of 2012.
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Cricket Wireless selling iPhone 5 seems not popular.
Sales of iPhone 5 with Cricket Wireless is not that high as it is expected by the carrier. The smartphone sales at $500, however there is no agreement involved for this.
iPhone 5 has raised high expectations when it comes to sales. But so far, Leap Wireless is not convinced by this. For now, a prediction of $100 million worth of unsold stock is presented come this summer. On a previous 10-SEC filing, the carrier is anticipated to sell about half of its expected devices.
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There’s a new 4G LTE plan out for those who are budget-conscious consumers. MetroPCS is on the move and may hand major carriers some tough competition.
The carrier’s newest 4G LTE plan is available as a promotion, providing unlimited text, talk, and 4G LTE data with a charge of only $55 per months for one line. For a family, they can use this promotion by paying just $50 per month for the succeeding lines. The expiration date is open-ended, even though the deal is offered as a promotion.
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