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Carriers removing price subsidies will cause Apple to more or less lose its advantage when competing with products using Google's Android operating system.

In recent years, Americans have almost never had to pay in full for a new iPhone, because carriers often apply a subsidy policy of up to 500 USD per unit.

This company’s phones are most popular in countries where network operators subsidize products, mainly in the US and Japan.

Milanesi believes that the new measure will boost sales of affordable smartphones in the US using Google’s Android operating system.

Network operators are gradually eliminating phone subsidy policies.

Apple is expected to launch a new iPhone today (September 9) with 4.7 and 5.5 inch screens, larger than the 4 inches of the older models.

Four major US carriers – AT&T, Verizon Communications, T-Mobile and Sprint have announced unsubsidized product purchase programs since last year.

The old policy worked very well for Apple.

According to the new policy, customers will buy phones in installments, like buying a new car.

Once you’ve paid for your phone, you’ll have to decide whether buying a new device now will increase your monthly costs.

T-Mobile is the first carrier to offer a non-subsidized program for customers.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company has also noticed this wave of transformation.

According to Cook, the new policy makes it easier for buyers to switch to a new phone.

Because there is no $200 upfront, many customers will be more interested in the iPhone, because financial pressure will be spread out over each month.

However, Ben Schachter – analyst at Macquarie Capital said: `In the short term, the program to buy new equipment without paying upfront will be effective.

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