+1I didn't read the article, but AT&T activations include re activations, and 3GS, ....
Why in hell would someone comment on an article they didn't even read??Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/9A5259f Safari/6533.18.5)
I didn't read the article, but AT&T activations include re activations, and 3GS, so unless this provides proof that AT&T has sold more ip4 than vzw. I'm not a fanboy of either, between the wife and I, we have both services, although I am a little more partial to vzw due to the service that is provided in our area. Sorry of the article states the opposite of what I said lol
AT&T is basically doing a lot of double counting. Phone should only be counted once. A lot of people do get hand me downs nothing wrong with that. That or they count people who bought lets say an Android phone and switch back or people who jump between phones all the time. I would not be surpised in least that some of those iPhone were counted 10+ times.+1
On ATT, we don't know how the activations were split between:
- $00.01 to $9.00 3GS refurbs
- $49 - new 3GS
- $199 - new iP4
- Hand-me-down phones reactivated
- Phones sold and reactivated
In the past, ATT has said that up to half of new phone sales are to previous owners. So what do those owners do with their old phones? Sell? Give to another family member? Put in a drawer?
Agreed.Why in hell would someone comment on an article they didn't even read??
Commenting without knowing the topic of the thread. It seems like an odd thing to do. And while I'm whining personally I don't like posts that are only a link. I can find my own links, I'm looking for someone to start a discussion.That poster didn't comment on the article.
They commented on how ATT counts activations.