At the recent CTA conference in San Diego, AT&T Wireless CEO Ralph de la Vega (what a name!) addressed some of the network connectivity problems AT&T has run into, and bluntly stated that making use of new chunks of spectrum is a process that takes years. And though the iPhone wasn’t mentioned by name, there was no mistaking who or what Vega was referring to when he mentioned that AT&T research has shown that 3% of AT&T smartphone owners are responsible for 40% of all smartphone data. Hmm, I wonder which smartphone he could be referring to.
via PC World