That is a lot of sheep! Makes me nervous for the future, hopefully I'm not the only anit-apple person left. Did anyone else see the price tag on the new droid charge coming to big red? 299 with 2 year contract, yikes!
Now you're just mashing it!
I like how he says the "premium price of..."
anyway...they can add me as a new customer when they finally release the SII, but i'll be buying it from a 3rd party for sure.
2.2 Million iPhones that ATT did not get :) While the battery life is far better on the iPhone I think I will stick with my Android device on the Sprint network. I can't afford Verizon's premium price for the services they offer even if it is better coverage.
I'm in the same boat. Would love one of the newer nicer smart phones, but the prices that most of the carriers charge are just too much. Right now I've got plan(prepaid, sucky credit) with T-Mobile for 59.99 a month for 500 anytime(not a lot I know, but plenty for me) with free nights/weekends and unlimited text/data usage.(which i use the most)
I've shopped around but haven't been able find anything comparable. At least not within my budget. ;-(
Wow, that's some insane number of phones. Guess people really like Verizon over ATT.
I think this is nothing compared to what we will see if and when the iPhone 5 shows up. I don't know they seem to be loosing market share to Android especially on Verizon though because Apple would not or did not release it on biig red for so much time that they were automatically where DROID started to rule. I personally think Apple is going to the same place they went to in the Initial PC market.
I don't think they will loose as much market share as then really, but I think there future market will be 1/2 to 1/3 of what it is now in say 5 years specifically in smart phones. There tablet market which I see as separate may or may not see that number of lost users. There App market and ITunes also has a large following which I think will last to the most amount.
I could very well be wrong but that's what I see.
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