To put the total in perspective, more new customers came to AT&T for the iPhone than the total number of new subscribers gained by Verizon with all handsets during the September quarter.
Verizon says they’d obviously “be interested” in the iPhone, since they want to “broaden the base of choice” for their customers. Where was all this desire to broaden choice when they were clamping down on hardware, not allowing WiFi, disabling Bluetooth, etc.?
Now that the iPhone is kicking their ass they’re all about “choice”? Spare me, please.