According to a report from Wall Street, iPhone 5 will not only be landing at Verizon and AT&T as already revealed in another report but it will also sell through their rival Sprint. In addition it will also be selling the budget iPhone 4.
“Sprint Nextel Corp. will begin selling the new version of the Apple iPhone in mid-October, people familiar with the matter said, filling a huge hole in the No. 3 U.S. carrier’s lineup and giving Apple Inc. another sales channel for its popular gadget.”
iPhone 4 is currently available with both Verizon and AT&T who gained a lot from iPhone sales. Verizon sold 4.5 million iPhones in the first half of 2011 while AT&T was able to sell 7.2 million units this year. Sprint lost $847 million due to its inaccessibility to iPhone, which has been the most sought after mobile on the market.
This means good news both for Sprint itself in terms of rising revenue and also gains for customers who can now have a greater variety of carriers and plans to choose from.
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