T-Mobile is pleased with the sales of Windows Phone handsets, according to Philipp Humm, chief executive officer (CEO) of the US division of the company.
Speaking to The Seattle Times about the future of the organisation, he stated that the partnership with Microsoft was working out well.
Mr Humm said that T-Mobile has a "good relationship" with Microsoft and sales of Windows Phone models were pleasing.
"We discovered that, in particular, for customers who are new to smartphones, they really enjoy the simplicity of the Microsoft [user interface], so they like the design and the ease of it," he added.
The CEO also stated that data would be the big driver in the future of the market, saying that new data plans will be more common for all mobile networks.
Earlier in the month ITProPortal reported that the Nokia Lumia 800/900 was voted the most beautiful handset by readers of a Swiss website as it brought something new to the market.
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