[News] iPhone on Vodafone in 10 countries

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Anybody, May 6, 2008.

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    From the Australian IT wbsite ...

    Vodafone to sell Apple iPhone in Australia 
    VODAFONE will begin selling the Apple iPhone in Australia
    later this year, the company said.

    "Vodafone has signed an agreement with Apple to sell the
    iPhone in ten of its markets around the globe," it said
    in a statement.

    Customers in Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece,
    Italy, India, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and
    Turkey will be able to purchase the iPhone for use on the
    Vodafone network "later this year", the telco said.

    Vodafone declined to reveal pricing details nor comment
    on whether a 3G version of the iPhone would be available.

    "Vodafone Australia is enormously pleased to be included
    in the agreement to sell the iPhone to our customers
    later this year," Russell Hewitt, Vodafone Australia CEO,

    "The iPhone will be the perfect addition to Vodafone
    Australia¹s mobile handset range. The iPhone¹s Australian
    launch is well-timed to coincide with our plans to
    deliver an enhanced mobile internet and entertainment
    experience to customers.

    "The iPhone has already proved to be extremely popular
    with customers in other parts of the world and Vodafone
    is confident that today¹s announcement will be well
    received by all Australians who are keen to get their
    hands on their own iPhone," Mr Hewitt said. 

    Anybody, May 6, 2008
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