AT&T's Ralph de la Vega: My biggest pet peeve

AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega had an interview with Engadget where he discusses everything from buying contract-free handsets from carriers to the iPhone deal to Google's Open Handset Alliance. But de la Vega says his biggest pet peeve is that many handset manufacturers, like Nokia, purposefully release devices in Europe first and don't bring them to the U.S. until months or years later.

For the full interview:
- read the rest at Engadget

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