T-Mobile’s CMO: We’re waiting for Apple to call on the iPhone, 90% of the smartphones we sell run Android

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We’re listening to T-Mobile’s CMO Cole Brodman talk about the future of the network and its possible merger with AT&T.  On the possibility of getting the iPhone, he reiterated his earlier comments, that T-Mobile would not be getting the iPhone, though he seems to have clarified that it is not coming in any shape or form on T-Mobile (unless you count the roughly 1 million iPhones bought elsewhere currently running on the network).  Previously, he said iPhone 5 wasn’t coming.

He did seem to be pandering to Apple saying that they are waiting by the phone for ‘that call’.

That leaves Android, which now accounts for 90% of the smartphones that T-Mobile sells on its network.  

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