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- Jun 18, 2010
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CNET reports today that according to one analyst at least, T-Mobile may be getting the iPhone in early 2013. The prediction comes from Morgan Stanleys Nick Delfas, who does not give many details other than that T-Mobile might be announcing that it has the iPhone at the start of 2013, and that when it does, it should account for another one or two million iPhone 5 customers in the first quarter of 2013. This would be fantastic news for T-Mobile and its customers, of course, as currently it is the only one of the big four carriers in the US that does not have Apples iPhone. As CNET points out, T-Mobile has been working hard to improve its 4G LTE network, having announced back in May that it would be spending $4 billion on its high-speed network. T-Mobile has also recently announced plans to merge with MetroPCS, which has also been growing its LTE network.
Source: T-Mobile could offer the iPhone in early 2013, says analyst | Apple - CNET News