T-Mobile announced it will be carrying Apple products in 2013. This announcement is not surprising to consumers, as numerous T-Mobile executives have commented that they would like to see it happen. According to a report from Engadget, there are currently over one million unlocked iPhones being used on T-Mobile's network.
“While the two companies have not explicitly given specifics on which Apple devices we can expect to see in a retail store near you, the timing of the launch will likely correspond with the fourth-largest carrier's LTE launch in 2013,” Brad Molen, the mobile editor for Engadget told the source.
According to MacRumors, T-Mobile is the last of the four major U.S. carriers that will offer the iPhone. AT&T, Verizon and Sprint have all partnered with Apple to sell the device. The source also indicated that T-Mobile announced it will be restructuring the way it sells products to customers by eliminating device subsidies and focusing on lower monthly plan costs.
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