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Orange France releases sales figures on iPhone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 02 Apr 2008 18:04

Orange France releases sales figures on iPhone Orange France,, the service provider for the Apple iPhone in France has released the sales figures for the device in the country marking the first time an individual country's iPhones sold stats have been released by anyone but Apple.
According to Pocketlint, an "Orange France spokesperson has said they have sold 90,000 iPhones in total since the device went on sale in late November last year."

Of the 90,000 units sold, 86 percent were sold with an iPhone-specific price plans and the remaining 14 percent were not which is odd because it is a legal requirement in France.

Last month, the UK iPhone operator O2 claimed the device was the "company's fastest selling device it has ever had in the UK," but did not go into any sales figure.

At the beginning of the year Apple announced that they had sold 4 million units worldwide.



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