AT&T activates 10.2 million smartphones in Q4, 8.6 million of them were Apple iPhones
16th consecutive quarterly increase in postpaid ARPU, or Average Revenue Per User. In Q4, this metric rose 1.9% to $64.98. At the moment, 69.6% of all phones running on the AT&T network is a smartphone, totaling 47.1 million units for a gain of 2.5 million from Q3. Two-thirds of AT&T's smartphone users are now on a tiered or shared mobile plan. 6.6 million of those customers are on Mobile Share and more than 25% of those accounts share 10GB of data or more each month. 75% of those using a tiered plan have selected the highest priced one available.
The mobile operator sold 10.2 million smartphones in the 12 weeks and 8.6 million were Apple iPhones. That means 1.6 million smartphones sold were Windows Phone, BlackBerry or Android models.
It doesn't appear as though this report will move the stock in one direction or another. After-hours, AT&T's shares are down 2 cents to $33.73.
source: AT&T via AndroidCentral