iPhone 3G a top seller for AT&T

Morgan Keegan analyst Tavis McCourt says that the iPhone 3G is the top-selling phone at most AT&T stores in North America and the United Kingdom. In a research note, McCourt said that Research in Motion's Blackberry Curve was AT&T's top-seller for more than a year, but the iPhone 3G "siphoned off sales from other smartphone vendors."

In fact, Research in Motion is adjusting pricing to better compete with Apple. RIM reduced the price of its Blackberry Curve from $149 to $99.

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