O2 sells two million iPhones
After over two years of selling the iPhone, O2 has released figures claiming to have sold two million of the leading smartphone device.
A spokesperson from O2 told IT PRO: "We have over two million iPhone customers in the UK with Christmas 2009 being one of our strongest periods for iPhone sales."
Although O2 saw network difficulties over the past year, with an O2 executive admitting the iPhone had put pressure on the network, it hasn't stopped the mobile provider breaking records with its sales of the device.
Yet with Vodafone selling 100,000 in its first week, the company's head start will only last so long.
Click here to read our feature on how the iPhone compares on the O2 and Vodafone networks.
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