In its filing with the SEC, Leap adds that if Apple holds them to the contract, and the phone continues to sell at current rates, besides the $100 million it will owe the Cupertino based firm in 2013, it will owe $150 million more for 2014 and $200 million for 2015. In May 2012, Leap signed the deal with Apple so that its Cricket Wireless subsidiary could be the first pre-paid carrier in the U.S. to offer subscribers the Apple iPhone. On June 22nd, Cricket started offering the device with its $55 monthly unlimited text, talk and data plan. At the time, the 16GB Apple iPhone 4S was $499.99 and the 8GB Apple iPhone 4 was $399.99. Now, the Apple iPhone 5 is available at Cricket, priced at $499.99.
Leap President and COO Jerry Elliott was more positive about Apple iPhone sales during a recent conference call, as the executive said that sales of Apple products were pretty good in the fourth quarter. However, when push came to shove, the executive did admit that sales of the Samsung Galaxy S III were better.
source: SEC via PCMag