AT&T Classes Itself Windows Phone 7 Premier Carrier

Microsoft must by now be fairly close to releasing their new operating system, Windows Phone 7, and apparently AT&T classes itself as the Premier Carrier for Windows Phone 7 devices.

According to an article over on Softpedia by Ionut Arghire, by way of PC World, AT&T announced this bit of news themselves in an email from an AT&T spokesperson stating, “We’ll be the premier carrier for Windows Phone 7. We haven’t given guidance on timing.”

Basically meaning AT&T will offer Windows Phone 7 handset but as yet don’t have a clue as to when they will do so. There have been reports in the past that the Big Blue has ordered in excess of 8 million Windows Phone 7 devices.

If that 8 million figure is true, then perhaps AT&T is taking steps for when Apple decided to end the Big Blue’s exclusivity over the iPhone, and intends on replacing the iconic device with Microsoft Windows Phone 7 devices, although Microsoft has in the past said Windows Phone 7 wouldn’t be exclusive to any singer carrier as it will become available to all carriers in the US, but no doubt it is looking like AT&T will play a big park in Windows Phone 7.

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    popples says:

    Just as well… AT&T would do well to dump the dispicable Apple. Blaming your service provider for problems that are actually generated by the phone itself is just horrid. More recently, Apple's new Youtube videos showing supposedly signal degradation with phones by other manufacturer's blatantly show how dispicable Apple are – spreading the dirt, instead of actually fixing the problem they have created.

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