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T-Mobile has passed Sprint to become the nation’s No. 3 smartphone carrier

23
May
2014

Some widely-covered research from Counterpoint analyst Neil Shah seemingly showed us that despite Android’s global dominance, Apple is still the top-selling smartphone vendor in the United States by a sizable margin, thanks to its popular iPhone lineup. An equally or possibly even more interesting point was lost in much of the reporting that covered the research, however: T-Mobile soared past Sprint in the first quarter this year to become the nation’s No. 3 carrier in terms of smartphone sales. As noted by FierceWireless, T-Mobile is now close behind ATT where smartphone sales are concerned, and it has blown past Sprint. “T-Mobile (with MetroPCS) is now the third largest smartphone carrier in terms of smartphone volumes buyer closely behind ATT overtaking Sprint platform (with all MVNOs),” Shah wrote. “[The] Uncarrier

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