T-Mobile CEO John Legere confirmed on Tuesday evening that the nation’s No.4 carrier will finally launch Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone in the next three to four months. Speaking with Reuters, Legere declined to provide a firm launch date for the iPhone. When asked about the timeframe for releasing Apple’s smartphone and doing away with handset subsidies, however, the executive did offer some guidance. ”They’re all, I would call them, in three to four months as opposed to six to nine months,” Legere told Reuters. T-Mobile confirmed last month that it would finally begin selling Apple products in 2013, though the carrier did not clarify when launches will occur or which specific devices it will be sold.
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