AT&T, The Unmatched Leader In Windows Phone, Plans To Stay As Such

In a quick statement that reaffirms AT&T and their stance with Windows Phone, is it clear that AT&T will carry the Windows Phone lineup in all stores with strong presence. The statement from AT&T comes after the recent Windows Phone 8 announcement at the 2012 Developer Summit. The statement was delivered by AT&T to assure all customers, that just as AT&T has supported the pioneer Windows Phone devices from the beginning, they will continue to support future Windows Phones.

AT&T plans to carry a new line of Windows Phone 8 smartphones launching later this year. The unmatched leader in Windows Phone –offering the very first 4G LTE Windows Phone smartphones in the U.S. – AT&T is home to the most robust Windows Phone portfolio of any carrier.

It is expected that AT&T will be the first operator to carry the best Windows Phone 8 devices later this year. For evidence on why AT&T is the unmatched leader in Windows Phone, check out the current lineup of Windows Phones available below.



  1. Mason K says

    Unmatched in number of devices, but what about support? Still waiting for the latest OS update. Oh, and staff at 3 stores on 3 separate occasions tried to steer me away from WP; not to anything in particular, just away from WP. Even after learning I already had a WP, was happy with it, and just wanted to upgrade. That’s real leadership.

    • Mason K says

      So now it has been reported that AT&T has the latest OS update (and a Samsung firmware update) for the Samsung phones, but isn’t pushing it out to consumers. I guess this is more of that famous AT&T leadership. Maybe they are going to lead from behind and that’s why they’ll be the last to rollout the update. Fortunately, you can force the update rather easily (chances are you did it already with the Mango update AT&T applied their unique brand of leadership to).

  2. tick tock says

    Majority of people working in Att or any other carrier stores will decide which phone is good for you if you don’t tell them no thanks.

    • Mason K says

      Verizon doesn’t care about WP. Well, until their press release a few weeks ago about WP8; but, nobody calls them the leader. Truth be told, T-Mobile has probably embraced and supported WP the best.

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