The iPhone accounted for only one-third of AT&T's wireless gains in the quarter, AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega told reporters Thursday as a way of asserting that the carrier will more than survive if its exclusive iPhone contract with Apple comes to an end. De la Vega also said the carrier was putting the final touches on a plan that might put extra charges on heavy bandwidth users, adding AT&T's decision could depend on the outcome of the FCC's proposals on net neutrality.

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