At the Dive Into Mobile conference he denied the company was concerned about the loss of iPhone exclusivity, saying the company was pleased with the sales of Android and Windows Phone 7 devices.
"We have come out very publicly and said we’re not concerned about it at all … If and when that ever happens, we are in a position to compete with anybody who has any device any time," he said.
â€œThere are a lot of variables inside our base. The key is having a lot of devices that people want. Weâ€™re very excited about the new Android devices. Weâ€™re excited about Windows Phone 7. Weâ€™re the only provider in the US that has every OS."
Maybe AT&T itself has slightly more confidence in Windows Phone 7 than Microsoft itself?