Sprint’s iPhone Sales Starting to Slow Down?
Word around the campfire has been that the iPhone 4S is burning up sales charts across the planet, but we’re wondering how Sprint’s numbers are looking? Sure, the Now Network had its best sales day to date on their first day carrying Apple products. However we’re now two months removed from the mystique of the iPhone and it appears that a possible shift may be taking place.
Our Super Spies have slid us some thought provoking intel that may shed some light on Sprint’s recent iPhone sales trends. The internal communication advises that as of December 6th, both the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S were made available to new Sprint Wireless Advantage Club subscribers.
A source of ours advised that when a device is in high demand, Sprint generally bars employees from adding it to their employee accounts until customer demand dies down. Making both iPhone models available to employees suggests that Sprint’s iPhone sales could possibly be slowing down. The communication does however advise that this offering is specifically available to new Wireless Advantage Club subscribers and that upgrading members have to wait until January 9th. Perhaps Sprint is trying to hold on for the holiday rush?