After several years of rumors and speculations, T-Mobile USA has announced that it will finally start selling Apple products in 2013.
Engadget first reported that T-Mobile CEO announced the news at the company’s analyst event.
The higher investment volume is to be used to roll out the broadband infrastructure in Germany and the United States in particular. In the mobile communications network, this will be done using the state-of-the-art technology LTE. Around EUR 6 billion is earmarked for rolling out the broadband infrastructure in the German fixed network with optical fiber and vectoring between 2013 and 2020. In addition, T-Mobile USA has entered into an agreement with Apple to bring products to market together in 2013.
Apple has also confirmed to The Loop that T-Mobile will be carrying the company’s products in 2013.
T-Mobile USA, the fourth largest carrier in the US has not been able to offer Apple’s iPhone as their 3G network is not compatible with the iPhone.
T-Mobile hasn’t confirmed when it will start selling Apple’s iPhone and iPad, but it is widely expected to coincide with the launch of their LTE network.
We would love to know how many of you will switch to T-Mobile when the iPhone is available on their network.
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