Those of us who like to keep our phone bills cheap have either moved to Sprint, or are holding out hope for a T-Mobile iPhone. It seems the hold will continue, because the new training program at T-Mobile is setting September sales goals to sell ‘against’ the iPhone.
Perhaps it’s coincidental that the information for employees to utilize against the iPhone will drop on September 21st, a date being tossed around as a possible release date for the next-generation iPhone. Perhaps it’s just coincidence but we can’t envision a scenario in which T-Mobile would prepare their employees to sell against a product they are about to receive.
T-Mobile had a significant number of iPhone subscribers on it’s network prior to the Sprint availability of the device. The network should be able to support the iPhone on it’s 4G HSPA+ network by the end of 2012. It’s likely that they will attempt to attract iPhone customers again as the HSPA+ network has better coverage nation-wide.
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