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AT & T CEO says iPhone exclusive agreement beneficial to the industry lost

AT & T CEO Randall Stephenson  said on Tuesday, AT & T loses iPhone exclusive service agreement of great benefit to the entire industry.

On Thursday, the Verizon iPhone 4 official in the  Apple stores, and Wal-Mart and Best Buy stores on sale. Signed two-year contract, 16GB iPhone 4 price of 199.99. Stephenson expressed: “This is of great benefit to the entire industry, and now can see the iPhone turn on the TV commercials, the iPhone has been widely promoted.”

Stephenson acknowledged that there will be a part of AT & T customers to switch to Verizon, but AT & T would choose to promote the Android phone, thereby stimulating the sales growth. Stephenson said: “The loss of exclusive service agreement, there will certainly be affected. And as we do, Verizon will be successful.” Some analysts predict that, Verizon is expected to win the 200 million the first quarter of iPhone users in 2010, AT & T activated 15,200,000 Department of iPhone.

Stephenson also said, AT & T in New York and San Francisco and other cities build the infrastructure, expand network coverage, enhance the company’s brand image. Stephenson said: “We will invest heavily in New York and San Francisco to improve voice call quality, which is the focus of our project.”

In addition AT & T also hopes to boost its revenue growth of cloud services, cloud computing, AT & T this year, service revenue will be less than 10 billion U.S. dollars, but Stephenson said the next four to five years to reach several billion dollars.

Stephenson also said escalating the amount of data, the U.S. wireless spectrum next decade will be very tight. Stephenson support for U.S. President Barack Obama will be 120MHz spectrum for wireless broadband communications proposal, the U.S. government through the auction of these resources is expected in the next 10 years, financing for 27.8 billion U.S. dollars.

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