AT&T’s $39 billion deal to acquire T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom will not only create America’s largest mobile carrier but also the largest US iPhone carrier by adding 33.7 million T-Mobile subscribers to AT&T’s network of about 95.5 million, creating a total of about 130 million users on a network with ultra fast HSPA+ coverage.

The deal will effectively expand Apple’s iPhone to three of what were the top four US carriers when it arrived in 2007. Apple already brought its popular smartphone to Verizon earlier this year, leaving Sprint as the only major US carrier without the ability to offer the iPhone. -Apple Insider

With 33 million more potential customers, we look forward to the iPhone/iPad being released on the T-Mobile network in the near future, and expect this to have a positive impact on our app sales.

The Company is very pleased with the performance of its new free advertising supported iAd apps. We have a dozen more iAd apps in the review process and they should be released next week, as updates to existing apps.

iAd Revenue has more than doubled in the last week on a daily basis, and this trend is expected to continue as the following chart shows:

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