Apple Denies Plans about His Virtual Mobile Operator

Just yesterday we were doing echo of information claiming to have Business Insider about the tests would have been doing Apple as regards your own virtual mobile operator in the United States. Today is the company who denies the information as CNBC announced.

BREAKING: Apple says it has not discussed & is not planning MVNO cellular service following reports saying it was planning on doing that.

— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) August 4, 2015

At the moment this advertisement in the form of a tweet is the only source that there is notification of Apple. An ad that is striking given that the technology giant not customary to deny hundreds of rumors that continually arise beyond their products, with respect to the purchase of companies and other alleged movements of the company as the US occupied yesterday.

In this way, the information that reached us about Apple plans they are abandoned by the company itself, even giving a period of years as that specified yesterday from Business Insider speaking that you would have to spend a minimum of 5 years to start to implement the operator.

This outright and relatively prompt denial by Apple would possibly be motivated to maintain good relations with the operators both in current contracts as the launch of the next company terminals facing iPhones 6s and 6s Plus.