The End of the iPhone Exclusivity for AT&T?

The End of the iPhone Exclusivity for AT&T?

Is there evidence of AT&T losing out on their exclusivity with AT&T? A new SEC filing for AT&T shows the implications of upcoming contract expiration of exclusivity of devices. AT&T is trying to calm investors of a potential huge income dip. Although AT&T doesn’t mention the iPhone specifically, this is the largest exclusive deal of devices on the table. AT&T has been plagued with problems with loading. While the possibility of losing or sharing the iPhone market with Verizon, it could be good for AT&T as their load problems will…

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Smart Phones Give Credit Card Companies Competition

Smart Phones Give Credit Card Companies  Competition

Major players in the mobile industry, At&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are planning on entering the credit industry. With smartphone technology, consumers will be able to pay by phone by simply waving their phones. If successful in creating this technology, credit cards may become a thing of the past, leaving credit card companies having to rethink how they do business. This technology has been discussed for a while in the US and other spin off companies are laying the foundation for the growth of this new way of paying bills. Other…

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