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So far, many of the new model's purchasers have been existing AT&T subscribers who already own an iPhone, the article adds. In a survey of more than 100 iPhone 3G buyers conducted in the past two weeks, Chowdhry found that "most of the users are people who are upgrading."
A survey of 328 users that UBS conducted on the iPhone 3G's launch day in the U.S. and Britain revealed that nearly 37 percent of the communication device's buyers were current iPhone users. Typically in the U.S. market, users replace their handsets, on average, only once every 17.7 months, the J.D. Power & Associates firm told BusinessWeek.
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