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T-Mobile to offer iPhone in Germany

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 16 Sep 2007 19:02 User comments (3)

T-Mobile to offer iPhone in Germany According to a Reuters report, T-Mobile and Apple Inc. will announce next week that they will offer the iPhone in Germany, one of the most important markets in Europe. According to sources, T-Mobile has agreed to share revenues gained from data and voice services by customers using iPhones, but it is unknown just how much of a cut that Apple will get for the services.
In the UK, Apple is to make an announcement on September 18th, where it is expected to announce a deal with a UK provider to bring the mobile phone to the territory officially. For now, the deal is expected to go ahead with O2 in the UK.

A recently leaked print advertisement from T-Mobile detailed an iPhone that has 16GB capacity, which is double what it available in the United States. However, some errors have been pointed out in the advertisement that make it appear fake.

Source:
Pocket-Lint.co.uk

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3 user comments

117.9.2007 8:52

Nice one!

217.9.2007 17:50

I figured this out a week ago, Afterdawn.com is very late on news, like when the trailer of GTA came out, they said it came out that day when it cam 3 days before

319.9.2007 3:39

das ist gut :P

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