Verizon Ship 4.2 Million iPhones in Fall – Doubles iPhone Sales

Posted by at 12:36 am on January 5, 2012

Verizon CFO Fran Shammo in remarks at a Citigroup media and telecoms conference revealed the highest-ever sales rate for iPhones on a US carrier. Slipping out information before the actual quarterly results, the executive mentioned 4.2 million iPhones being sold in the fall. The amount was nearly twice as many as the 2.3 million maximum Verizon had seen before and just above an all-time high of 4.1 million, set by AT&T last fall.

A total of 2.2 million LTE devices also activated in the fall, Shammo said. The amount usually includes phones, tablets, and hotspots, revealing that Verizon’s combined 4G Android roster will have half or less of the sales of Apple’s lineup.

AT&T, C Spire, and Sprint haven’t not announced theirtheir own numbers,yet  AT&T has several months of early competition on iPhone sales and still has a 3GS model to well, which Verizon doesn’t, has usually sold more devices than Verizon. Sprint due to its size is likely to be the smallesst seller of the major carriers, but it has dropped repeated hints that it was also seeing strong sales.

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