T-Mobile Will Launch More Apple Products Soon, Says CEO

Posted: Aug 8 2013, 7:16pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 8 2013, 7:28pm CDT, in Apple


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T-Mobile will Launch More Apple Products Soon, CEO Says
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T-Mobile CEO wants more from Apple as iPhone is not enough now for its biggest net additions of 678,000 branded US customer in second quarter.

T-Mobile has released its second quarter earnings results earlier today. After announcing the financial report of 2Q13, company CEO John Legere states in an interview that they will launch more Apple products soon other than iPhone. T-mobile is one of the largest US mobile carriers that mark 1.1 million new customers for un-carrier packages. Not only the company adds new un-carrier customers, but also a huge number of carrier customers are also added. T-Mobile is actually leading the US wireless industry in Q2 with a total of 685,000 branded postpaid phone net additions.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere states, “The postpaid phone net adds for T-Mobile exceeded those of AT&T, Sprint and Verizon (added) together,” Legere said. “To me, that’s one of the strongest statements you can make about a quarter.”

He also said that iPhone is though takes an active part to grow company sales, but its sales share accounts only 21% of all smartphones sold in second quarter. He called it a "healthy percentage." But the ambitious CEO now wants to introduce other Apple products beyond iPhone. That is why he states, "I think there’s a whole array of Apple products that we look forward to carrying. We will expand what we offer from them.” It looks like that T-Mobile user will soon see new options to choose more Apple products other than iPhone.

Source: AllThingsD

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