Pre-orders: AT&T 68%, Verizon 24% and Sprint 8%

Docd

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Makes sense if you think about it most of the people who got the phone last with carriers other than AT&T are not due for an upgrade yet.
 

Docd

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Makes sense if you think about it most of the people who got the phone last with carriers other than AT&T are not due for an upgrade yet.
 

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Makes sense. Most of the iPhone users were with AT&T until last year when Sprint, and Verizon started offering it. Plus, they aren’t as easy to allow early upgrades like AT&T is either. So most of the Verizon and Sprint users weren’t eligible for an upgrade yet. I bet next year’s iPhone pre-orders will even out across the board since those Verizon and Sprint users will be due for an upgrade.
 

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Yeah, I'm a Verizon customer but I upgraded out of contract. I wouldn't be due until May otherwise. We waited with my wife's phone because she isn't available for an upgrade till January 1st. She got the iPhone 4 white when it was first offered by Verizon so I bet the Verizon numbers will improve next year.
 

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iPhone 4 or 4S both on sprint have awful service. In Chicago you can't get 3G service in downtown.
 

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iPhone 4 or 4S both on sprint have awful service. In Chicago you can't get 3G service in downtown.
 

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I agree, it's mostly the iPhone 4 crowd but I expected more to switch to Verizon.