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iPhone hits 100,000 sales in Germany

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 May 2008 23:39

iPhone hits 100,000 sales in Germany Rene Obermann, CEO of Deutsche Telekom has announced that its T-Mobile branch has sold over 100,000 Apple iPhones in Germany since its launch in November of 2007.
Speaking at the comapny's annual general meeting, the CEO added that the iPhone was the "most popular multimedia device" sold by its T-Mobile division and that 100,000 sales milestone was "meeting expectations" for the device.

Other iPhone facts revealed showed that German customers used the "internet 30 times more on average than other mobile users and that one-third of T-Mobile iPhoners opted for the most expensive plan."

Earlier this year T-Mobile cut the price of the iPhone to 99 euros with a contract and the scheme seems to have boosted sales.


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