If the numbers from quarterly earnings report are to be believed, AT&T is still the ‘iPhone network’. However, this is At&T’s own report.
AT&T has said that it activated 5.5 million smartphones in the quarter and of those, 4.3 million were new iPhones. That means iPhone represented a whopping 78% of total smartphone sales. Additionally, AT&T’s postpaid customers are almost 60% smartphone customers. This means that AT&T’s iPhone customers represent a huge percentage of their base, closing in on 50%.
Verizon announced numbers last week including a total of 3.2 million iPhones sold. While iPhone is down significantly from the holiday quarter it is up from 3.6 million activations in Q1 2011.
Source: 9TO5 Mac