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Apple iPhone for Tmobile: T-Mobile and Apple iPhone Working Well Together

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Apple iPhone for Tmobile: At this time, T-Mobile is not an official Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) partner carrier. That being said, this has not stopped the company from having approximately 2 million iPhones on its network.

According to reports by both TmoNews and AppleInsider, T-Mobile is doing quite well despite the fact that the company has yet to become an official partner.

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Here is what TmoNews had to say:

“I’m listening in on a live conference happening at the Citi Global Internet, Media and Telecommunications conference in Las Vegas right now where T-Mobile CEO John Legere just dropped some interesting stats on the iPhone. With the numbers Legere mentioned, it’s easy to imagine that T-Mobile is eager to get their “Apple Product” deal rolled out as soon as possible. Legere further mentioned that the company currently serves 1.9 million iPhone devices and is adding 100k new devices every month. Mind you, it was back on December 6th that T-Mobile mentioned they were currently serving 1.7 million iPhone devices. That’s a 200k jump in 30 days.”

With so many T-Mobile customers activating an Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone every month, the company has to be salivating at the thought of pushing their deal forward as soon as possible.

Here is a brief breakdown from the AppleInsider article discussing where T-Mobile stands and what the future holds:

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