AT&T Mobile CEO, Ralph De La Vega, was on CNBC this morning talking about tomorrow’s relesase fo the much delayed BlackBerry Bold.
De La Vega said AT&T is projecting record service revenues from the new BlackBerry around the world. He said the device is already generating record revenues in Japan and in other countries where it was introduced. He continued, “BlackBerry Bold is so powerful and fast, we are expecting it to replace PC use in many cases, and data revenues will far exceed the AT&T’s subsidy cost of marketing the device.”
It looks like AT&T is expecting to make money hand over fist with the BlackBerry Bold…