AT&T.com sees traffic spike thanks to iPhone

Compete Analysis informed FierceWireless that Web traffic to AT&T's site has increased roughly 19 percent over the past two months leading up to the iPhone, but activity has leveled off during the past few weeks. Compete's Christian Dunster noted that the leveling off might "not [be] the spike one might expect to see given the anticipation of the iPhone launching... [but] it is a positive trend nonetheless in line with our expectations." Here's a look at the Web traffic for the major U.S. wireless carriers' websites during the past two months, according to Compete. Click on the image for a larger version of the graph:

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