July 25, 2013
AT&T Inc. and Verizon Wireless are cozying up to Microsoft Corp. and Nokia facing concerns that Apple Inc. and Google Inc. have too tight a grip on the market for smartphone software.
Both carriers praised Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, which runs the new Nokia Lumia phone when they reported quarterly results this month.
It seems like both companies are looking to Microsoft to provide an alternative to Apple's iPhone and Google Android handsets.
This is due to the high cost of those products to subsidize, especially the iPhone.
"We want the Lumia to succeed -- we love to have competition in the…
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