AT&T announced that Q4 2011 was its best quarter ever when it comes to smartphone activations, as the carrier has sold no less than 9.4 million smartphones – nearly double the number of units sold in the previous quarter.
7.4 million of those smartphones were iPhones. This leaves 1.8 million units for Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone to share – and it’s probably safe to assume that Android’s got a big chunk of that. Even so, I’m surprised to see that the number of Androids isn’t higher – since AT&T has some really nice high-end Android smartphones (like the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket, HTC Vivid, or Motorola Atrix 2).
AT&T also announced that it sold 571,000 branded computing device (including tablets and aircards) in Q4 2011, and has added a total of 2.5 million wireless subscribers.
Via Press release
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