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Number of mobile subscriptions of iPhone selling operators worldwide by the end of 2010 (in millions)

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Ranking: mobile subscriptions of iPhone selling operators worldwide 2010 The ranking shows the mobile subscriptions (ending 2010) of major operators which are selling the iPhone currently. As an example, AT&T is selling the iPhone and has 95.4 million subscriptions worldwide. According to the source, there are additional 126 operators in 91 additional countries selling iPhone subscriptions. This leads to a total of 162 carriers representing 2,406.2 million mobile subscriptions in 162 countries.
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The ranking shows the mobile subscriptions (ending 2010) of major operators which are selling the iPhone currently. As an example, AT&T is selling the iPhone and has 95.4 million subscriptions worldwide. According to the source, there are additional 126 operators in 91 additional countries selling iPhone subscriptions. This leads to a total of 162 carriers representing 2,406.2 million mobile subscriptions in 162 countries.
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Release date
March 2011
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2010

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