AT&T blames disappointing subscriber growth on iPhone

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oliv40 wrote:

It’s funny how big companies like at&t will try to explain poor results by making excuses but in turn will hold their employees accountable for bad results (by employee I mean the small guys, the big wigs always get away, everyone knows that). It seems it’s not the lack of LTE coverage that is to blame for disappointing results , no sir, not at all. It’s the lack of iPhones and so you see, it’s Apple’s fault. Yes, the same lack of iPhones at&t is coincidently trying to sell less of because they are the most subsidized phones they sell ($400 a pop).
Just another example of a company that’s become too big for it’s own good. By the way, what will happen to De La Vega and Stephenson for those disappointing results? That’s right, nothing on the horizon.

Oct 25, 2012 1:29am EDT  --  Report as abuse
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