/// iPhone Sales Should Get a Modest Lift From T-Mobile
The iPhone’s imminent arrival on T-Mobile, the fourth largest wireless carrier in the United States, should give a nice little bump to Apple’s quarterly iPhone sales, though perhaps not as big a one as you’d expect. News yesterday that Deutsche Telekom’s U.S. subsidiary has finally inked a deal with Apple inspired a scattershot of analyst estimates of just how many iPhones T-Mobile can sell in a year. Consensus seems to be upward of four million. In a research note this morning, RBC Capital‘s Amit Daryanani suggests Apple will see 4.8 million additional iPhones sold per year with T-Mobile on board as a carrier. Sounds reasonable enough. Sprint sold 6.3 million iPhones during its first year with the device, outfitting about 20 percent of its postpaid subscribers.
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iPhone Sales Should Get a Modest Lift From T-Mobile