Could shares jump from $350 to a grand? Yes, but the company's profit and revenue would have to explode.
A recent consumer survey indicates more bad news for AT&T.
Whose network is better for iPhone users? The 2 carriers have plenty to say about that.
Will Verizon match the big subsidies that AT&T pays Apple to carry the iPhone? We'll see.
Though it will be an older model, users can get Apple's flagship smart phone -- and AT&T will get more data-hungry subscribers.
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