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25 percent of Verizon smartphone users will 'very likely' switch to iPhone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Feb 2011 2:39 User comments (5)

25 percent of Verizon smartphone users will 'very likely' switch to iPhone According to a new survey conducted by online sample company uSamp, 54 percent of Verizon's current smartphone userbase is considering switching to the iPhone when it becomes available next week.
The company used a "highly profiled online panel" of over 700 current smartphone users.

Overall, 25 percent said they were "very likely" to switch while 29 percent were "somewhat likely" to switch over.

BlackBerry users were the most likely to switch, with a full 66 percent (when combining both answers) indicating a likelihood. Android users were at 44 percent.

Furthermore, a different survey last week said 16 percent of AT&T users would move over to Verizon for the iPhone.

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5 user comments

14.2.2011 8:19

Sheeple...

24.2.2011 20:47
lissenup2
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Yet, engadget posts a survey that dealt with 60000+ people and an overwhelming amount of them said NO to getting the IPhone EVER.

I wanna see this survey. I wanna see the stats, the polled region, the constants and the variable. They're F.O.S.

34.2.2011 23:13

Not this man, dammit!!


Chance prepares the favored mind. Look up once in a while and you might learn something. - BLUEBOY

45.2.2011 7:10

"54 percent of Verizon's current smartphone userbase is considering switching to the iPhone when it becomes available next week."
54% is about the same percentage using blackberries; and anyone still using a blackberry by choice is just dumb enough to make a great apple customer.



57.2.2011 8:13

Finally we'll see which phone is the best!

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