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  1. #1
    4phun
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    Mobile Workers Want an iPhone

    msasolutions.co.uk —
    http://www.msasolutions.co.uk/news/m...ant-an-iphone/

    With the demand for the latest 3g iPhone in the USA high RDA Global
    have done a survey that found that 15% of a sample of mobile workers
    would like an iPhone.By taking into account the total number of mobile
    workers in the States (50 million), they calculate that iPhone sales
    could surpass 7 million units.

    http://digg.com/apple/Mobile_Workers_Want_an_iPhone



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  2. #2
    Scott
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    Re: Good News for AT&T: USA iPhone sales could surpass 7 million units

    4phun <[email protected]> amazed us all with the following in
    news:[email protected]m:

    > Mobile Workers Want an iPhone
    >
    > msasolutions.co.uk —
    > http://www.msasolutions.co.uk/news/m...ant-an-iphone/
    >
    > With the demand for the latest 3g iPhone in the USA high RDA Global
    > have done a survey that found that 15% of a sample of mobile workers
    > would like an iPhone.By taking into account the total number of mobile
    > workers in the States (50 million), they calculate that iPhone sales
    > could surpass 7 million units.
    >
    > http://digg.com/apple/Mobile_Workers_Want_an_iPhone
    >


    Ok- let me get this straight. You quote a message off the news feed of a
    British "telecom consultant" that quotes some unknown market research
    company that is using the data of another unknown market research company
    and expect us to take it at face value?

    I really like the part in one of the fields that you are required to fill
    out with the market research company to get the "Executive Summary" that
    lists "An Apple Entusiast" as one of the selections for indicating the
    reason for your interest in the report. That makes it easy to believe that
    they are non-biased, doesn't it?

    Fanbois quoting fanbois. How amusing.



  3. #3
    Ron
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    Re: Good News for AT&T: USA iPhone sales could surpass 7 million units

    On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 18:35:22 -0500, Scott <[email protected]> wrote:

    >4phun <[email protected]> amazed us all with the following in
    >news:[email protected]m:
    >
    >> Mobile Workers Want an iPhone
    >>
    >> msasolutions.co.uk —
    >> http://www.msasolutions.co.uk/news/m...ant-an-iphone/
    >>
    >> With the demand for the latest 3g iPhone in the USA high RDA Global
    >> have done a survey that found that 15% of a sample of mobile workers
    >> would like an iPhone.By taking into account the total number of mobile
    >> workers in the States (50 million), they calculate that iPhone sales
    >> could surpass 7 million units.
    >>
    >> http://digg.com/apple/Mobile_Workers_Want_an_iPhone
    >>

    >
    >Ok- let me get this straight. You quote a message off the news feed of a
    >British "telecom consultant" that quotes some unknown market research
    >company that is using the data of another unknown market research company
    >and expect us to take it at face value?
    >
    >I really like the part in one of the fields that you are required to fill
    >out with the market research company to get the "Executive Summary" that
    >lists "An Apple Entusiast" as one of the selections for indicating the
    >reason for your interest in the report. That makes it easy to believe that
    >they are non-biased, doesn't it?
    >
    >Fanbois quoting fanbois. How amusing.


    Maybe or is it Scott just can't handle the TRUTH about
    how ell the iPhone and not the iPhone 3G is selling.



  4. #4
    Scott
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    Re: Good News for AT&T: USA iPhone sales could surpass 7 million units

    Ron <[email protected]> amazed us all with the following in
    news:[email protected]:

    > On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 18:35:22 -0500, Scott <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>4phun <[email protected]> amazed us all with the following in
    >>news:[email protected]m:
    >>
    >>> Mobile Workers Want an iPhone
    >>>
    >>> msasolutions.co.uk —
    >>> http://www.msasolutions.co.uk/news/m...ant-an-iphone/
    >>>
    >>> With the demand for the latest 3g iPhone in the USA high RDA Global
    >>> have done a survey that found that 15% of a sample of mobile workers
    >>> would like an iPhone.By taking into account the total number of
    >>> mobile workers in the States (50 million), they calculate that
    >>> iPhone sales could surpass 7 million units.
    >>>
    >>> http://digg.com/apple/Mobile_Workers_Want_an_iPhone
    >>>

    >>
    >>Ok- let me get this straight. You quote a message off the news feed
    >>of a British "telecom consultant" that quotes some unknown market
    >>research company that is using the data of another unknown market
    >>research company and expect us to take it at face value?
    >>
    >>I really like the part in one of the fields that you are required to
    >>fill out with the market research company to get the "Executive
    >>Summary" that lists "An Apple Entusiast" as one of the selections for
    >>indicating the reason for your interest in the report. That makes it
    >>easy to believe that they are non-biased, doesn't it?
    >>
    >>Fanbois quoting fanbois. How amusing.

    >
    > Maybe or is it Scott just can't handle the TRUTH about
    > how ell the iPhone and not the iPhone 3G is selling.
    >


    Oh, please elaborate. This ought to be good.



  5. #5
    Larry
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    Re: Good News for AT&T: USA iPhone sales could surpass 7 million units

    4phun <[email protected]> wrote in news:5a67c613-16f8-4d09-8d6d-
    [email protected]:

    > Mobile Workers Want an iPhone
    >
    > msasolutions.co.uk —
    > http://www.msasolutions.co.uk/news/m...ant-an-iphone/
    >
    > With the demand for the latest 3g iPhone in the USA high RDA Global
    > have done a survey that found that 15% of a sample of mobile workers
    > would like an iPhone.By taking into account the total number of mobile
    > workers in the States (50 million), they calculate that iPhone sales
    > could surpass 7 million units.
    >
    > http://digg.com/apple/Mobile_Workers_Want_an_iPhone
    >


    coulda




    woulda




    shoulda



    famous last words.....(c;




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