As hard to believe as it sounds (or maybe no), AT&T’s amazing catalog of Android smartphones still are dominated by the bread-and-butter of phones — the iPhone. In the fourth quarter of 2012 8.6 million iPhones were activated, 16% of which were new customers. On the opposing end, AT&T only managed to sell 1.6 million phones from Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone combined. But the combined 10.2M in sales are still something to look at positively.
As for actual profits, AT&T built up $17.6 billion in wireless revenues, with the wireless income at a positive $2.6B. AT&T did have some losses from revised pension plans and the number of subsidies it had to pay out for all of the smartphones it during the quarter, including damages from Hurricane Sandy.
Still, AT&T did pretty well. Additional financial details are at the source.