T-Mobile To Sell iPhone And iPad Models In 2013

September 10 iPhone 5S

Earlier today, Engadget reported that Deutsche Telekom’s CEO, Rene Obermann, announced at the company’s analyst event that the United States division of T-Mobile will start selling iPhones and iPads in 2013. Currently, of the four major US carriers, T-Mobile is the only one that doesn’t offer the iPhone. This is mostly due to deep-rooted incompatibilities between Apple’s hardware and T-Mobile cellular infrastructure.

Verizon Will Rollout Shared Data Plans This Summer

Shared Data Plans Verizon Wireless

Today Verizon Wireless has confirmed that they intend to rollout a new service this summer that will allow families to utilize a single data plan instead of multiple. Verizon’s CEO, Lowell McAdam, has mentioned shared data plans in the past and has even previously stated that the service will be available by the end of this year.

AT&T And Verizon Sell The Most iPhones, Best Buy Sells Almost As Many As Apple

Number Of iPhones Purchased

As reported by AllThingsD, a survey preformed by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners reveals where iPhone owners purchased their handset. It was discovered that 24 percent of customers purchased their iPhone online, whereas a staggering 76 percent of customers picked their iPhone up at a retail location.