Saturday, February 26, 2011

Verizon On iPhone, We Were Made For Each Other! iPhone LTE Will Be Even Better

Verizon On iPhone
Verizon Wireless CEO Dan Mead is very pleased about the iPhone sales and the short lines in stores were result of staggered sales maneuver Verizon pun in place to avoid any unpleasant customer experiences, acquiring an iPhone. 
iPhone was first offered by Verizon as  pre-orders of the phone to existing customers on Feb. 3, and then began selling it in stores one week later. Mr. Mead said the staggered the launch of the Apple Inc. device in phases so that customers would have a smooth purchasing experience. "It was a conscious decision to spread the launch over three phases," said Mr. Mead.

According to Mr. Mead more than 60% of iPhones were sold online, which translated into short or no lines on launch day "If we had not done online, you would have seen a much different flow in the pictures," Mr. Mead added that his company will double the number of stores that sell  iPhones, going from 4,000 to 8,000.
Among many other things, he also mentioned about iPhone LTE, "You'll see more coming from Apple on LTE, They understand the value proposition of LTE and I feel very confident that they are going to be a part of it."


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