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Softbank will sell iPhone in Japan for $215

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Jun 2008 0:24 User comments (3)

Softbank will sell iPhone in Japan for $215 Softbank has announced that it will offer the iPhone 3G in Japan for the equivalent of $215 USD, a price comparable to North American pricing.
The phone is set to hit the region on July 11th, around the time when the phone hits over 20 countries around the world.

The price is of course contingent on a 2-year contract, and the $215 is for the 8GB model. The larger capacity 16GB model will cost the equivalent of $320 USD.

In comparison, Apple and AT&T will be selling the 8GB and 16GB models in the United States for $199 and $299 USD respectively with two year contract and data plan.

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3 user comments

124.6.2008 16:12
blueroad
Inactive

considering the phone technology in japan and whats already offered there for better prices and no plan i suggest apple should instead market them with mcdonalds and offer them as part of a the happy meal for the 6 year olds..

27.7.2008 11:28

Lol would you like fries with that Phone? Nice.

39.7.2008 18:54
blueroad
Inactive

hey you know you can get a double size storage if you supersize your meal for 5$


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