We are not surprised by iPhone defection: AT&T
AT&T the exclusive provider of the iPhone since its launch in 2007 has revealed that that the company has not gone through any event regarding subscriber losses after losing its iPhone U.S. exclusivity to Verizon Wireless last month. As told by AT&T executive.
According to Ralph de la Vega, “AT&T’s head of consumer and mobility businesses has said that they are not surprises by any of this gesture, and also added that everything is pretty much within their expectations.”
Verizon wireless on tuesday announced that they will eliminate its standard $30 unlimited monthly data plan and adopt data caps, thus becoming the latest wireless provider to move away from unlimited data plans.