AT&T: 3G iPhone will come next year

During an interview with Forbes, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson discussed a myriad of topics about the future of AT&T's wireless business and also let it slip that the 3G iPhone will come out next year. Stephenson also identified Google as a competitor and wondered how its Android platform will turn out. AT&T will carry an Android-powered phone if its customers want it, he said. Stephenson also indicated that AT&T would bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction.

For all the details of the interview:
- read this blog post from Barron's

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