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In June 2007, when Apple’s first iPhone was sold, cell phones were already a big market. But by 2009, Apple ended up with 30 percent of it.

How did Jobs convince AT&T to give Apple a groundbreaking deal in exchange for the exclusive right to service the iPhone in the U.S.? When he worked at telecommunications consulting firm, Adventis, Raj Aggarwal met with Jobs twice a week for several months.

In an August 15 interview with me, Aggarwal explained how Steve Jobs persuaded AT&T to provide service for the iPhone with an unprecedented revenue sharing agreement. According to the Harvard Business School case, Apple Inc. in 2010 AT&T, the exclusive U.S. operator for the iPhone, agreed to an unprecedented revenue sharing agreement…

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